3 transplant patients at Florida clinic are at risk of hepatitis C

08/25/2010 | Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville), The

Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Fla., has released a statement saying that three transplant patients who underwent invasive procedures at the facility are at risk of being infected with hepatitis C. The clinic said the "possible source of transmission" was a male radiology technologist who confessed to "diverting drugs." The clinic has fired the technologist and is notifying other patients who might have been affected.

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