Is mandatory HIV testing of professional athletes really the solution?

Johnson, Jennifer L.
March 1994
Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine;Spring94, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p159
Academic Journal
Focuses on the issue of mandatory HIV testing of professional athletes. Case of Earvin `Magic' Johnson; Economic and business aspects; Status and working conditions as an employee; Publicity, glamour and eulogy; AIDS and transmission of HIV; HIV antibody testing; Ethical issues; Legal aspects.


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