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  • What's up with HIV laws in America?

    Well-intentioned laws meant to prevent the spread of HIV have instead helped contribute to the stigma around the disease. By basing the laws on outdated science, studies have shown that the laws actually hurt the public health effort to reduce the spread of the disease. by Daniel Desrochers and Natalie Fertig

Well-intentioned laws meant to prevent the spread of HIV have instead helped contribute to the stigma around the disease. By basing the laws on outdated science, studies have shown that the laws actually hurt the public health effort to reduce the spread of the disease. by Daniel Desrochers and Natalie Fertig
Well-intentioned laws meant to prevent the spread of HIV have instead helped contribute to the stigma around the disease. By basing the laws on outdated science, studies have shown that the laws actually hurt the public health effort to reduce the spread of the disease. by Daniel Desrochers and Natalie Fertig

Without testing, HIV elusive and a nagging concern

August 11, 2015 3:05 PM