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51. Phoon W-O, Fong N-P, Lee J. History of blood transfusion, tattooing, acupuncture and risk of hepatitis B surface antigenaemia among Chinese men in Singapore. Am J Public Health 1988;78:958-60.
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58. Kaldor JM, Archer GT, Buring ML et al. Risk factors for hepatitis C virus infection in blood donors: a case-control study. Med J Aust 1992;157:227-30.
59. Esteban JI, López-Talavera JC, Genescà J et al. High rate of infectivity and liver disease in blood donors with antibodies to hepatitis C virus. Ann Intern Med 1991;115:443-49.

60. Shev S, Hermodsson S, Lindholm A et al. Risk factor exposure among hepatitis C virus RNA positive Swedish blood donors: the role of parenteral and sexual transmission. Scand J Infect Dis 1995;27:99-104.
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62. Minuk GY, Wong WWS, Kaita KDE et al. Risk factors for hepatitis C virus infection in Canadian patients with chronic type C hepatitis. Can J Gastroenterol 1995;9:137-40.
63. Shimokura GH, Gully PR. Risk of hepatitis C virus infection from tattooing and other skin piercing services. Can J Infect Dis 1995;6:235-38.
64. Wu JC, Wang YJ, Hwang SJ et al. Hepatitis D virus infection among prostitutes in Taïwan. J Gastroenterol Hepat 1993;8:334-7.
65. Tsai SJ et al. Seroprevalence of anti-HCV among blood donors in Taïwan, Tsa Chih 1991, 24/61-70.
66. Pugatch D, Mileno M, Rich JD. Possible transmission of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 from body piercing. Clin Infect Dis 1998; 26:767-8.
67. Dufour A, Alary M, Poulin C et al. Prevalence and risk behaviours for HIV infection among inmates of a provincial prison in Quebec city. AIDS 1996;10:1009-15.
68. Ellis DAF. Complication and correction of the pierced ear. J Otolaryngol 1976;5:247-50.
69. Health Canada. Infection control guidelines: Preventing the transmission of bloodborne pathogens in health care and public services settings . CCDR 1997;23S3:1-42.
70. Denis F. Prévention des risques infectieux liés au tatouage et au piercing concernant tout particulièrement les virus des hépatites B et C et les virus du sida. Rapport au CSHF, 30 juin 2000, 12p.
71. Luminet B. Sécurité sanitaire, tatouages et piercing. Rennes, ENSP, Mémoire de Médecin Inspecteur de Santé Publique, 2000.
72. Guiard-Schmid JB, Picard H, Slama L et coll. Le piercing et ses complications infectieuses : un enjeu de santé publique en France. Presse Med 2000, 29 :1948-56.
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77. Anonyme. Guide du bio-nettoyage : CGM-GPEM/SL. Fascicule n°5670, Journaux Officiels, 1990.

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