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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 ...