Published in AIDS Weekly, March 23rd, 1998
Dr. B. Matz and colleagues from the University of Bonn, Germany, reported that the female health worker was at occupational risk for acquisition of HIV-1 infection. She became ill, and three weeks later was positive for antibodies to the virus.
The patient eventually disclosed that three weeks before her illness, she had undergone artificial insemination. Her gynecologist had tested the sperm donor at the time of insemination and found that he was negative for...
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