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  • Hepatitis C is an infectious blood-borne virus that attacks the liver.

    Hepatitis C

  • In these instances, blood-borne diseases, such as hepatitis and HIV, can be spread.

    Global Immunization: Vaccine Coverage is Variable

  • There is some craziness with a bit of self-awareness on the part of the blood-borne nannies that give the character his power, but basically the tale (as I recall it) is Punisher-like with a healthy dose of blood and violence, government agencies, organized crime and a shady background for the main character.

    Matthew Vaughn’s Next Film to be Adaptation of Bloodshot? | /Film

  • Arizona scientists will study things such as predicting asthma in babies, prostate cancer and the behavioral responses of kissing bugs, which are blood-sucking insects linked to a blood-borne disease that afflicts 11 million to 13 million people in Mexico and Latin America.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Subsidies Beget Subsidies

  • The public-health response to blood-borne virus transmission in IDUs has mainly centered on HIV.

    Hepatitis rates soar among IV drug users, study finds

  • I remember reading the earliest news stories about AIDS, a mysterious new blood-borne disease, and freezing with the intuitive knowledge that whatever was borne through the blood could be borne into Peter's blood—and, by accident, perhaps mine, too.

    Circumcision Saved My Life

  • A blood-borne, parasitical disease, similar to malaria— which is pretty much the truth.

    Haven

  • Just consider it a blood-borne disease very much like malaria.

    Haven

  • Only about 50% of those treated are cured of the potentially fatal blood-borne virus.

    Gilead's $11 Billion Gambit

  • If you have been to a country where malaria and trypanosmiasis are prevalent, your blood will be tested for blood-borne diseases such as sleeping sickness.

    Dr Luisa Dillner's guide to… donating blood

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