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The incident prompted New York activists to rally against HIV stigma and for bail reform.
Critics of the devices argue neither virus can be transmitted via spitting and that such suggestions reinforce stigma and misperceptions.
NY appeals court overturned conviction of an HIV-positive man for assaulting a police officer using “a dangerous weapon,” a.k.a. his saliv...
Scott A. Schoettes outlines the battle being waged in state courts throughout America over HIV criminalization.
David Plunkett, the New York man convicted of HIV-related aggravated assault, has been resentenced, and he will be released from prison
Court will hear an aggravated assault case that may clarify if saliva with HIV can be considered a “dangerous instrument” under the law
There is no risk of getting HIV from a plastic cup of water. In the end, misinformation is far more easily spread than HIV.
The man allegedly spit on the 10-day-old tattoo of the arresting officer. The police claim the man said he had AIDS.
What to do about dry mouth
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