Physician Use of the HIV Antibody Test
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association 259(2): 264-265, 8 January 1988
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Physician Use of the HIV Antibody Test: The Need for Consent, Counseling, Confidentiality, and Caution Sherer, Renslow (1988-01-08)The author, a physician at the AIDS Service of Chicago's Cook County Hospital, examines some of the potential harms to patients of indiscriminate HIV antibody testing. He maintains that physicians have a responsibility ...
Lester, Patricia; Partridge, John Colin; Chesney, Margaret A.; Cooke, Molly (1995-11-01)As more women of childbearing age are affected by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), many providers have demanded routine perinatal HIV screening, arguing that the medical benefits of testing outweigh the socioeconomic, ...