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UPDATE: New Hampshire senators blocked efforts to end a registry of traveling medical technicians, citing safety and hepatitis concerns.
Six years after the arrest of medical technician David Kwiatkowski, the legal fight against Exeter Hospital is coming to a close.
Attorneys want two agencies they allege were responsible for placing an injection drug user at the facility to share its financial burdens.
In 2012, the AHSA hired a medical technician at the facility who had a long disciplinary record of drug use on the job.
Patients sued after a traveling medical technician employed by the hospital infected them.
David Kwiatkowski was arrested in 2012 for starting one of the largest hepatitis C outbreaks in recent decades.
Her husband got the liver disease from tainted hypodermic needles used by the now-infamous lab technician David Kwiatkowski.
David Kwiatkowski stole painkiller syringes and injected himself with them, which tainted them with hep C.
Kerry Descoteau, RN, says technician David Kwiatkowski, who was her roommate and fellow employee, transmitted HCV to 32 patients as a result o...
A lawyer plans to file a class-action lawsuit against New Hampshire’s Exeter Hospital, along with Triage Staffing, a health care company that...
Hepatitis C testing following an outbreak in New Hampshire has been expanded to Arizona, Georgia, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan New York and Penn...
New Hampshire state health officials are asking more than 3,300 additional patients to come in for hepatitis C testing.
The Cleve Jones Wellness House, a home for people with HIV and hepatitis C, has reached a settlement in a legal dispute with the Town of Gilsu...
New Hampshire’s Exeter County Hospital is the center of a hepatitis C outbreak being felt nationwide and now under investigation.
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