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October 22, 2013

HIV Policy Resource Bank Expands

The Center for HIV Law and Policy (CHLP) has relaunched its online HIV Policy Resource Bank, according to a CHLP statement. The resource bank offers attorneys and advocates a wide range of documents covering 36 different areas affecting people living with the virus. New features include searchable state-specific summaries of topics such as HIV and the criminal law, the right of minors to consent to HIV testing and care, and restrictive practices against HIV-positive health care workers.

To read the statement, click here.

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Luis, Miami, 2014-09-10 09:12:50
I am an emergency room nurse and I am POZ. I had laboratory blood work done at work and my viral load was high and my T-Cells were less than 50. The dept of Health of FLorida went directly to my job and Boss and inquired about who I was and why I was not in their records. All this was unbeknownst to me until my boss texted me that the State of Florida Health Dept was there asking questions and wondering if I was on any medications and trying to obtain any information she could on me.isthis legal

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