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Debate: HIV status should be made public

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-*'''Most people who know they have HIV will let their partners or at least use contraception, and some limit themselves to other people with the disease. The fact that some HIV+ people lie about it does not justify violating the privacy rights of those that don't. Making laws against HIV+ having sex without informing their partners of their disease and enforcing them is a good enough response to the danger to the public.+*'''Violates Privacy of Responsible HIV+ People''' Most people who know they have HIV will let their partners or at least use contraception, and some limit themselves to other people with the disease. The fact that some HIV+ people lie about it does not justify violating the privacy rights of those that don't. Making laws against HIV+ having sex without informing their partners of their disease and enforcing them is a good enough response to the danger to the public.

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Should the fact that individuals have HIV/AIDS be made public?

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  • Many people disregard the risks to others. It should be made public as in many cases we have seen hiv+ person, despite knowing that he is infected, marrys, thus transmitting the disease to the spouse as well as future progeny.


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  • Violates Privacy of Responsible HIV+ People Most people who know they have HIV will let their partners or at least use contraception, and some limit themselves to other people with the disease. The fact that some HIV+ people lie about it does not justify violating the privacy rights of those that don't. Making laws against HIV+ having sex without informing their partners of their disease and enforcing them is a good enough response to the danger to the public.


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