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Episode 9

An edition looking at the risks associated with being a frontline NHS worker, including a paramedic who is concerned about a hoarse voice he has had for several months, and is worried it could be signs of HIV infection after a patient assaulted him and punctured his skin. Elsewhere, Dr Arif's first patient Mohammed has a painful abscess the size of an apple on his backside.

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