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California Assesses Fines After Needle Reuse by SBCL Employee

ONE CHAPTER HAS CONCLUDED in the story about the phlebotomist who was discovered last March to be reusing butterfly needles in Palo Alto, California.

California’s Department of Health Services (DHS) fined SmithKline Beecham Clinical Laboratories (SBCL) a total of $102,00 for its part in the episode. SBCL’s license could have been revoked or suspended.

Phlebotomist Elaine Georgi, while

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