|Welcome to the ISIPS Newsletter||January 16, 2015|
|Tentative Contract Reached Between Kaiser Permanente, Nurses Union - Santa Monica Mirror|
|Cracking the vaccine conundrum - Irish Examiner|
|January's New Product Showcase - DOTmed.com|
|Cambodia Investigates Village-Wide HIV Outbreak - The Disease Daily|
|Parents sue hospital over illness 7-year-old allegedly contracted from needle ... - The Louisiana Record|
|FDA clears syringe that prevents needlestick injuries - FierceDrugDelivery|
|China Announces Over 100000 New Cases of HIV/AIDS in 2014 - News Every day|
|I will release my HIV 'vaccine' to Nigerian government if … – Abalaka - Premium Times|
|Fighting the Spread of HIV by Posing on the Dance Floor - ABC News|
|Florida Hospital patient claims she was exposed to HIV - WFTV Orlando|
|State's steps to control HIV seen as model for nation - Boston Globe|
|Hepatitis C victims from Minot's ManorCare want class action lawsuit - WDAZ|
|Cape Breton medical officer calls for more hepatitis C screening - TheChronicleHerald.ca (registration)|
|'High-risk NE faces Hepatitis scourge' - Times of India|
|New Drugs For Hepatitis C Show Value Of Choices For Treatment - Forbes|
|New study casts doubt on wisdom of mass hepatitis C testing - SFGate|
|Doctors Question Wider Hepatitis C Screening Despite Cures - Bloomberg|
|Reading Workers Fight West Nile Virus With New Legislation - Patch.com|
|West Nile Virus Fast Facts - ErieTVNews|
|Officials warn of West Nile virus threat in San Fernando Valley - Los Angeles Times|
|West Nile cases still on rise in state; Orange County is hot spot - Los Angeles Times|
|West Nile Infections Slam California - Wall Street Journal|
|Sleep Problems In Adolescents Could Lead To Alcohol And Drug Abuse - Headlines & Global News|
|Downingtown Area School District to host forums on drug abuse and peer pressure - Daily Local News|
|Drug webinar helps parents, kids talk - Chillicothe Gazette|
|Prescription drug abuse may be leveling off - Daily Comet|
|“Rx123 Campaign” Created to Stop Rx Drug Abuse, Heroin Use - WHAG|
|Alcohol, drug abuse seminar aims to help - Marshall News Messenger|
|Todd Frazier, Frankie Edgar, others warn athletes about drug abuse - Asbury Park Press|
|Lake Park High's substance abuse counselor brings former struggles to job - Chicago Tribune|
|Cuban Health Worker in Africa to Fight Ebola Dies of Malaria - ABC News|
|US-built Ebola treatment centers in Liberia are nearly empty as outbreak fades - Washington Post|
|Dr. Brown's ELWA II Discharges 'The Last Ebola Survivor' - Front Page Africa|
|A Nurse Decides to Get Hands-On in the Ebola Zone - New York Times|
|Mali declared free of Ebola - Aljazeera.com|
|Guinea's Health Minister Says Ebola Situation 'Improving' - NPR|
|Photos: Lewis-McChord's Ebola Monitoring Camp Winds Down For Second ... - KUOW News and Information|
|Bones, ashes at Liberia crematorium a reminder of Ebola trauma - Yahoo News|
|The secret to curing West Africa from Ebola is no secret at all - Washington Post|
|Hope for Ebola epidemic end in Liberia - CNN|
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BladeSINGLE enables single-handed "passive" activation - keeping hands out of harm’s way. The clear casing of the cartridge allows easy and accurate counting.
A safe, easy and effective solution for obtaining a fingerstick blood samples!
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Safe and Easy to Use
SurgiLance™ safety lancets were explicitly designed t
o safely and easily deliver remarkably smooth incisions that minimize trauma to patients' fingers.
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Retractable Needles and Blades
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Seven Color-Coded Models
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