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Author Topic: Man Charged With Hep C Exposure Felony Charge  (Read 11530 times)

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Offline diannastarr

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Man Charged With Hep C Exposure Felony Charge
« on: January 11, 2013, 09:10:21 am »
I just saw this headline on Hep. What kind of nonsense is this?

Man Facing Hep C Exposure Felony Charge

How the hell is someone going to get Hep C from cleaning up poop? Hep C is a blood-to-blood transmission. So there would have to be blood in the poop. And then the person cleaning it up would have to be using bare hands with an open wound. That combination seems like something even Vegas bookmakers wouldn't touch.

Come on people. All this does is add to the stigma around having hep C. Craziness.

Offline tommyv

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Re: Man Charged With Hep C Exposure Felony Charge
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2013, 02:18:33 pm »
sounds like the jailers were just pissed off at the guy for leaving his crap all over his cell and this was the best charge they could dream up. He's going away for a long time from the sound of the other charges but your right this is a bad sign for people living wiht hepc if they can be charged for exposing others in a way that has zero risk

Offline iana5252

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Re: Man Charged With Hep C Exposure Felony Charge
« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2013, 09:08:51 pm »
More on this story from Hep Blogger Lucinda K. Porter

Hepatitis C and Bad News

Here's the sort of news article that makes me feel like starting my day with a gin and tonic (Don't worry, I won't): "Man Allegedly Exposed Jail Staff to Hepatitis C" Branson Tri-Lakes News January 9, 2013.



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