October 15, 2012
Awareness of HIV Criminal Law Not a Factor in Compliance
A New Jersey law that requires people with HIV to disclose their status to partners before sex is not an effective tool to prevent the spread of HIV, according to a study by the Medical College of Wisconsin published in the American Journal of Public Health and reported by HealthCanal.com. Participants who were aware of the law (51 percent) were just as likely to disclose they have HIV to sex partners as those who were unaware of the law.
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