Thousands of patients of an Oklahoma dentist are being urged to get tested for HIV and hepatitis after open health officials found justification of practices that could have unprotected patients to a viruses. 

The Oklahoma and Tulsa health departments pronounced Thursday approximately 7,000 people who were treated during clinics operated by Dr. W. Scott Harrington could have been unprotected to Hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and HIV, a pathogen that causes AIDS, job a dentist “a threat to open health.”

State and county health inspectors went to Harrington’s use after a studious with no famous risk factors tested certain for both hepatitis C and a pathogen that causes AIDS. 

“I wish to highlight that this is not an outbreak. The review is still really most in a early stages.”

– State Epidemiologist Kristy Bradley

After last a studious had a dental procession about a expected time of exposure, investigators visited Harrington’s bureau and found

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