EDMONTON, Alberta (AP Newswire) - Two teen-aged cousins attending a Christian youth conference in Canada may have been infected with the AIDS virus after being poked with a bloody hypodermic needle that was hidden in a hotel room pillowcase. The boys were rushed to hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. Doctors there said the boys will have to spend the next year getting their blood monitored for H-I-V and hepatitis because the needle didn't contain enough blood to be tested for the viruses. The mother of one of the teens is a youth street minister who says the needle is the kind that's used to inject heroin and cocaine. She's urging whoever discarded the needle to come forward. She says, "We forgive the person, and do not blame them. We just need to know if our boys are at risk or not."