Test case

Moss, J. Jennings
June 1996
Advocate;06/25/96, Issue 710, p33
Looks at AIDS activists' opposition to mandatory HIV testing of infants, an aspect of the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act. Possible threat of mandated HIV testing in the country; AIDS activists' call for the gay community to oppose this regulation.


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