Published in AIDS Weekly, February 16th, 1998
"To our knowledge, only one (other) case has been described where a syringe used on an HIV positive patient with tuberculosis caused an accidental infection," Daniel Genne and Hans H. Siegrist of Switzerland's Hospital La Chaux-de-Fonds wrote ("Tuberculosis of the Thumb Following a Needlestick Injury," Clinical Infectious Diseases, January 1998;26:210-211).
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