Georgia: 379 File Lawsuit Over Shared HIV Test Results
March 3, 2014
This article was reported by 11Alive.
11Alive reported that an Atlanta health center is being sued for sharing the HIV status of individuals in the community. The lawsuit represents 379 men and women whose positive HIV test results mistakenly were included in an e-mail sent by the head of Pride Medical Center to a magazine editor.
It is illegal to disclose that anyone has even had an HIV test in Georgia, as well as their HIV status. Todd Poole, the representing attorney, called the leak "an inexcusable breach of trust" and said his clients fear the information will become public and ruin their lives and careers. Many of the men and women have not disclosed their HIV status to other people, including members of their immediate family.View Full Article
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