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  • a conversation about the hepatitis scare. We asked a few questions and let them talk among themselves. They were Susan Gerhardt, a Democrat and vice chair of the of the Assembly Health and Human Services Committee, Lisa Jones, chief of the state Bureau of Licensure and Certification, Angie Silla, a registered nurse who is also a patient advocate and Dr. Ronald Kline, secretary of the Nevada State Medical Association, and a board-certified pediatric oncologist and hematologist. See the entire roundtable.(Summarized version. Length- 6:09)" class="pin-it-button" count-layout="horizontal">

Hepatitis Scare Roundtable

Hepatitis Scare Roundtable

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Sunday, March 16, 2008 | 2 a.m.

The Sun invited four experts to sit around a table and hold a conversation about the hepatitis scare. We asked a few questions and let them talk among themselves. They were Susan Gerhardt, a Democrat and vice chair of the of the Assembly Health and Human Services Committee, Lisa Jones, chief of the state Bureau of Licensure and Certification, Angie Silla, a registered nurse who is also a patient advocate and Dr. Ronald Kline, secretary of the Nevada State Medical Association, and a board-certified pediatric oncologist and hematologist. See the entire roundtable.(Summarized version. Length- 6:09)

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