A nonprofit clinic in Los Angeles that tests adult film performers for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections has been shut down by the county health department for operating without a license, the Los Angeles Times reports. California officials did not say why they denied the Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation (AIM) application. Instead of mandating condom use in adult films, porn producers have been using the AIM database of test results to determine their performers' health status. In October, a performer tested HIV positive at AIM, which resulted in a temporary shutdown of the porn industry.

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