Emi, I have just asked a surgeon who is used to having needle stick injuries whilst operating (due to the nature of the job) and he said that even if he had one on a hep c patient, the risks would still be very low. You really should not worry too much. Courage.
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oh you poor thing! that is awful. I hope everything turns out ok.
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