Temple Hospital offers Hepatitis C tests to patients who had contact with infected technician

    Temple University Hospital reached out to more than 300 former patients who were treated by a temporary medical technician now charged with spreading Hepatits C.

    The 312 patients who came into contact with David Kwiatkowski in April 2010 have been contacted, according to CBS.
    They’ve been offered testing, result evaluation and any necessary counseling.

    Thirty patients in New Hampshire have been diagnosed with the Hep C strain Kwiatkowski has, and he worked at Temple before going to New England. He also worked in Michigan, Maryland, Kansas and New York.

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