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Nebraska State Mortality Rates Nebraska State Mortality Rates 1999-2006

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Attorneys want hepatitis trial moved A judge was asked Tuesday to relocate the trial involving one of scores of lawsuits stemming from a massive hepatitis outbreak.  
Neb. Targets Doctor in Hepatitis Death The state began disciplinary action Tuesday against a cancer doctor linked to a widespread hepatitis C outbreak, citing poor infection control at his clinic.  
Nebraska: Bill targets willful spreading of HIV Sen. Lowen Kruse introduced a bill (LB872) in the
Nebraska Senate that would make it a crime for a person with HIV to have sex without telling a partner their status, or to donate blood, organs, sperm or tissue "except as deemed necessary for medical or scientific research."
Nebraska Legislative Bill 226 TP Legislative Bill 226 in Nebraska, as well as assisting Nebraska advocates in organizing a response.  The Assault with Bodily Fluids Bill would criminalize striking any public safety officer with any bodily fluid (or expelling bodily fluids toward them) and includes a specific increase of penalty to a felony (up to five years and/or $10,000 fine) if the defendant is HIV positive or has Hepatitis B or C. pdf 256 kb
Personnel- Perpetually Infectious Diseases, Nebraska school system
"Perpetually infectious diseases" are those diseases which are 
carried throughout life by the infected person and have the potential 
to be transmitted to other individuals and include but are not limited 
to: AIDS, ARC, CMV (as defined below), Tuberculosis, Hepatitis, 
and Herpes.

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