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JAMA. 1984;251(3):397-398. doi:10.1001/jama.1984.03340270075032.
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Centers for Disease Control:  An evaluation of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) reported in health-care personnel—United States . MMWR 1983;32:358-360.
Centers for Disease Control:  Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS): Precautions for clinical and laboratory staffs . MMWR 1982; 31:577-580.
Centers for Disease Control:  Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS): Precautions for health-care workers and allied professionals . MMWR 1983;32:450-451.
Garner JS, Simmons BP:  CDC guidelines for isolation precautions in hospitals . Infect Control 1983;4:245-325.
Williams WW:  CDC guidelines for infection control in hospital personnel . Infect Control 1983;4:326-349.
Francis DP, Favero MS, Maynard JE:  Transmission of hepatitis B virus . Semin Liver Dis 1981;1:27-32.
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Bond WW: Viral hepatitis B:  Safety in the immunochemistry laboratory . Ligand Q 1982;5:34-39.
Bond WW, Petersen NJ, Favero MS:  Viral hepatitis B: Aspects of environmental control . Health Lab Sci 1977;14:235-252.
Bond WW, Favero MS, Petersen NJ, et al:  Survival of hepatitis B virus after drying and storage for one week . Lancet 1981;1:550-551.
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Bond WW, Favero MS, Petersen NJ, et al:  Inactivation of hepatitis B virus by intermediate- to high-level disinfectant chemicals . J Clin Microbiol 1983;18:535-538.
Favero MS:  Sterilization, disinfection and antisepsis in the hospital , in Lennette EH, Balows A, Hausler WJ Jr, et al (eds): Manual of Clinical Microbiology , ed 3. Washington, DC, American Society for Microbiology, 1980, pp 952-959.


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