SPOTLIGHT: Vegas hep C outbreak spurs Nevada laws

Last year, two clinics were forced to notify more than 50,000 patients that they may have been exposed to blood-borne diseases by unsafe injection practices. Now, in an effort to prevent such problems from happening again, Nevada has approved a package of laws designed to enforce proper protocols. Article

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