Changes in dental sterilization procedures prompted by study reduced cross-infection risks for HIV and other blood borne pathogens

Dental tool HIV transmission study

Could changes in dental tool sterilization procedures have had more to do with the reduction in reported cases of Hep A, Hep B, Hep C, Chicken Pox and other blood and saliva borne diseases? How did Hep C decline without a vaccine – could this be the reason for the decline in many infectious diseases often attributed to vaccination?


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