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“Everyone deserves health care without judgement,” says the plaintiff.
“We’re worried it’s going to affect business, like revenue,” a manager of the Texas eatery allegedly said.
Court findings showed the doctor not only refused to treat people who had HIV but also tested patients without their consent.
The doctor allegedly refused to perform a breast reduction procedure because of the woman’s HIV status.
“This settlement is a lesson to all employers that HIV discrimination in the workplace is completely unlawful and has no place anywhere.”
To be clear: You can’t get HIV by eating food handled by someone who is positive.
“Segregation of detainees with HIV in jails or prisons is unlawful” under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The blanket refusal to perform a procedure violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.
He took back a job offer after learning the candidate had HIV, according to a Lambda Legal lawsuit.
POZ recently asked you about HIV-related issues at work. Here are your responses.
Brooklyn man claims he was denied the job as a 911 operator for the NYPD because of his HIV.
“No child should be kept from attending school based on unfounded fears about HIV.”
The health care facility that fired him will conduct training about the Americans with Disabilities Act, an antidiscrimination law.
The health care worker alleges he was removed from the job after disclosing his HIV status.
U.S. Justice Department takes up the case and sues the NYPD over HIV discrimination.
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