AIDS Policy Notes

A. S. L.
January 2006
Lesbian -- Gay Law Notes;Jan2006, p13
The article reports that the state government of Illinois will begin tracking the spread of HIV on January 2006 and will also report the names of those who are tested positive. According to public health officials, the names will be held confidential, including those diagnosed with full-blown AIDS.


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