State Dept., Job Corps Propose Mandatory HIV Testing

Walter, Dave
February 1987
Advocate;2/3/87, Issue 465, p17
Reports on gay legal activists' opposition to proposals by the U.S. government for mandatory HIV antibody testing. Separate blood testing programs announced by the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. State Department; Legislators who characterized the programs as without medical justification and legal basis.


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