Experts Say Effects Of New CDC Guidelines Will Be Far-reaching

Harding, Rick
August 1991
Advocate;8/13/91, Issue 583, p14
Reports on concerns that guidelines released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control calling for voluntary testing for HIV of some health care workers may have far-reaching negative effects. Claim of gay services executive David Hansell that the CDC deviated from sound medical judgment; Fears that mandatory testing for everyone will follow.


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