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The Risk of Blood-Borne Viral Infection due to Syringe Re-Use

By Tamer Oraby, Susie Elsaadany, Robert Gervais, Mustafa Al-Zoughool, Michael G. Tyshenko, Lynn Johnston, Mel Krajden, Dick Zoutman, Jun Wu and Daniel Krewski

Submitted: June 23rd 2011Reviewed: December 19th 2011Published: May 16th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/38569

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Tamer Oraby, Susie Elsaadany, Robert Gervais, Mustafa Al-Zoughool, Michael G. Tyshenko, Lynn Johnston, Mel Krajden, Dick Zoutman, Jun Wu and Daniel Krewski (May 16th 2012). The Risk of Blood-Borne Viral Infection due to Syringe Re-Use, The Continuum of Health Risk Assessments Michael G. Tyshenko, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/38569. Available from:

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