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How Often Do Men Come Out Of Jail With Hiv

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San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Transgender Health and HIV

...Bowman, C. and J. Goldberg. Care of the patient undergoing sex reassignment surgery. International Journal of Transgenderism 9(3/4):135-165. 2006. Clements-Nolle, K. and others. HIV prevalence, risk behaviors, health care use, and mental health status of transgender persons: Implications for public health intervention. American Journal of Public Health 91(6):915-21. June 2001. De Cuypere, G. and others. Prevalence and demography of...
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Wondering (DISCLOSING HIV STATUS, 2010)

Hello Dr. Frascino,I have a friend who is HIV+. He tells me since he has become positive, he always uses protection. The other night we were talking and I asked him about his sex life since becoming positive. He told me he still gets some. But when...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...back and his name is Juan Valdez?A friend just stopped by dribbling his icy frappuccino on my keyboard (thank you very much) and mentioned I seemed "full of PEP" today. Rather than disclose it was my third cappuccino, I made up some nonsense... Read more »

Laws of Disclosure (DISCLOSURE LAWS, 2010) (CRIMINALIZATION OF HIV 2010)

Hey Dr. Bob,It's great to see you've been doing this forum for all these years. Exactly how long have you been doing this. Anyway, keep up the fantastic work. Now to why I'm writting to you. No concerns nor worries here but just a bit of curiousity....
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...penis with/without ejaculation) and without revealing my status, does that constitute to a breach of privacy? Can I still go to Jail?If these answers are yes, then what do you recommend I should do concidering that she will run away if i tell her... Read more »

Ban on Gays Donating Blood

Dr. Bob,I was just reading about a new push to remove gays from the ban on blood donation. This was strange to read, because my friend and I had just been debating this issue. I was telling him how I was turned away from donating in 2000, because...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...free, and have never been convicted of a felony). But if I were to have had "SAFE sex" with a guy once upon a time, or were I jailed in solitary confinement for years, I could not. But before those "stringent" requirements existed... * Response... Read more »

Criminalization is a shame and absolutely useless (CRIMINALIZATION OF HIV) (CRIMINALIZING HIV NON-DISCLOSURE, 2009)

I was reading the article about the Iowa man sentenced for 25 years because he didn't disclose his status. If we continue so nobody is willing to make the test and the consequences would be devastating. I know people that refuses to get tested...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...and opinions...I must say that you miss the point entirely regarding disclosure. Clearly you are an educated and intelligent man, therefore I find it hard to believe you confuse "criminalizing HIV" and criminalizing the reckless endangerment of... Read more »
Articles
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Washington, D.C., Project Ujima Helps HIV-Positive Men Leaving Jail

... The Washington Post on Friday examined Project Ujima, a Washington, D.C., program for HIV-positive men leaving jail that is the first of its kind in the city. Project Ujima -- which means "collective responsibility" and was founded one year Read more »
The Body

25-Year Prison Sentence Vanishes for Man Convicted of Not Disclosing HIV Status

...prison and a lifetime of parole. That's the sentence that was initially handed down to Nick Rhoades, a 34-year-old, HIV-positive man living in Iowa. His crime: Failing to disclose his HIV status to another man before having sex with him . The... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Routine Jail-Based HIV Testing -- Rhode Island, 2000-2007

...2006, CDC recommended HIV testing in correctional facilities and elsewhere as part of routine medical evaluation. 2 However, jail-based testing can be difficult logistically because of rapid turnover among detainees. In 2009, the Rhode Island... Read more »
The Body PRO

Declining Concentration of HIV in Correctional Facilities, but 20 Percent of HIV-Infected People in the U.S. Have Been in a Correctional Facility

...this poster highlights is that the portion of the HIV epidemic that is represented by the millions of people that go through jails and prisons is a smaller percentage of the overall U.S. epidemic than it was a decade ago. In 1997, there was a... Read more »
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hiv in prison

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
...undertakes enhanced HIV discharge planning, which includes individualized case management, housing placement, substance abuse and mental health treatment referrals, enrollment in benefit programs, and referrals for assistance with employment and... Read more »

Just a little story

Posted by Lolazniece, 3 Replies
...bad person...ne ways to make a long story short..when her last daughter was born mabey a few months later this man was put in jail for 15 yearz to life....my aunt was a very promiscous woman...loved money...expensive jewerly and clothing and nice... Read more »

SHOCKED

Posted by Anonymous, 4 Replies
...papers , national TV and radio stations as well as schools and companies. What makes me sad is that , she is threatning me with jail. Is this fair oh no what am I supose to do. I love this women so much. Read more »

organ donor had hiv in window period

Posted by nomoreworry4me, 1 Reply
...usable for only a short time, Caplan said. "You really have to put your faith in the transplant surgeon," agreed Ronald Taubman, who received a kidney-pancreas transplant six years ago. The suburban Los Angeles man said he rejected one kidney... Read more »