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Notification Of Hiv Laws

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hiv notification

hi, heres my situation im 23 and used to donate blood. well yesterday i got a call from a blood center in the county i used to live saying that they were reviewing my case and it was determined i was hiv positive. well i have not donated blood in...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...HIV negative. As for filing a complaint, you can contact the blood donation center; however, you may have signed a waiver for notification as part of your consent form.I also agree: your call could very well have been a wrong number or crank... Read more »

Teacher notification of Student HIV status

During a recent parent/teacher phone conference, a parent notified me that her child was HIV+ with... Read more »

Aids Notification

If a person has AIDS is that person required to tell anyone that they come in contact with while... Read more »
Articles
Lambda Legal

Comments on the Department of Health's Revised, Proposed Regulations Implementing the 1998 HIV Reporting and Partner Notification Law (Amending Articles 21 and 27 of the Public Health Law)

...regulations released by the Department of Health on December 15, 1999 on behalf of members of the Ad Hoc Committee on Smart AIDS Laws, a coalition of organizations and individuals dedicated to ensuring that laws and policies on HIV and AIDS... Read more »
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

HIV Reporting and Partner Notification -- What You Need to Know About the Law

... What is HIV reporting? What is partner notification? Why is HIV reporting and partner notification important? Is it still a good idea to get an HIV test? Who should get tested? Read more »
Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States

Telephone vs. Face-to-Face Notification of HIV Results in High-Risk Youth

...A recent study in the Journal of Adolescent Health examines the possible differences between telephone notification vs. face-to-face notification of HIV test results for high-risk youth. All outreach testing sites were within the Portland, Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Provider and Client Acceptance of a Health Department Enhanced Approach to Improve HIV Partner Notification in New York City

...patients who had accepted PS, 90 percent (492/544); patients who had declined PS, 73 percent (16/22); partners who received notification, 83 percent (139/168); and partners who had declined notification, 81 percent (25/31). Most providers found... Read more »
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Contact notification

Posted by Anonymous, 4 Replies
Newly diagnosed and want to notify 3 contacts anonymously. I live in upstate NY and was told I would have to give my name to my county health dept to take advantage of CNAP, but it's a small county, I know people who work there and I'm sure word... Read more »

guilt

Posted by turtle2087, 1 Reply
...tested 6 months ago i was clean so u have nothing t worry about having sex with me... well seeing that i just got tested for HIV again the second time (just in case) i didnt think i had anything to worry about so i had sex "unprotected" with a... Read more »

Blood Bank notification

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
Does anyone know how long a blood bank takes to notify a donor if there is a find with the blood. I have been told by many people it is 2 weeks but one sourse said it can take up to two months. I know that in most cases they send a cerified letter.... Read more »

Immigrants living in the USA!!!

Posted by Anonymous, 5 Replies
...concern is if when Customs officials scan your passport for the visa if it wont reflect in their computer system that you are HIV+ because if you are +ve you are not allowed to enter or live in the USA if you are an immigrant. Are there any... Read more »