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NH Health Department Announces Delay in Hepatitis C Outbreak Testing Clinics

Late Thursday afternoon the Division of Public Health Services (DPHS) announced the postponement of the extended hepatitis C testing clinics for over 3000 patients treated in the Main Operating Room and ICU at Exeter Hospital from April 1, 2011 and

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Serial Infector Arrested for Fentanyl and Tampering With Consumer Products

A former employee of Exeter Hospital suspected of infecting 30 patients with hepatitis C, was arrested just after 2 pm on Thursday in MA on charges of obtaining the controlled substance Fentanyl by fraud and tampering with a consumer product.US

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More Cases of Hepatitis C from Exeter Hospital Reported

Four more cases of hepatitis C associated with the break out in Exeter Hospital by the New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services. This brings the total of people affected up to 31, 30 patients and one employee. Exeter Hospital

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Six More Infected with Hepitatis C from Exeter Hospital

New Hampshire health officials have confirmed six more cases of hepatitis C. This brings the total cases up 27 who tested positive for the same strain of the blood borne infection as patients at Exeter Hospital’s cardiac catheterization lab. State

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NH Attorney General to Investigate Hepatitis C Outbreak For Drug Diverter

Attorney General Michael A. Delaney is investigating the facts and circumstances around the outbreak of Hepatitis C in patients treated at the hospital. The AG’s Office announced on Thursday. The AG’s Office is working with the Exeter Police Department and

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