Dec 29, 2005
Is it possible to practice medicine if you are positive with HIV and what are the implications and stipulations for their practice?
| Response from Dr. Young
Absolutely-- HIV-infected physicians can (and do) practice medicine. The regulatory issues will depend on the type of practice and setting location. BY
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