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Risk of HIV transmission is 'extremely low' says NHS Trust

The NHS is contacting 400 patients who have been treated by a doctor who has been diagnosed with HIV.

Officials say the locum doctor was employed at three hospital trusts, including two in the East Midlands over a six year period.

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust has already recalled 223 patients who have been invited back for a precautionary blood test.

However, Deputy Medical Director Keith Girling says the risk of transmission is "extremely low".

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