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Is there a way to find out names of people in your state that has aids or hiv?


Is there a way to find out names of people in your state that has aids or hiv?

No, but I think there might be a way to tell who haven't had a good english teacher.

Why do you think you are entitled to that information? Is there a way to find out the names of cancer patients in your state? Or a way to find out the names of idiots in your state? - oh yeah, I guess there is that and you are at the top of that list.

No, the USA has Federal privacy laws to keep nosy snoops from prying where they don't belong.

Nope it's Federally protected information.

Not in my state (NY), there are privacy laws. But if you contract aids in some states and the person who infected you had knowledge of their condition-they can be charged with attempted murder.

No... it would be against the law for any health care organization to disclose that information with out the expressed consent of the patient. (HIPPA)

Why do you want to know???

from Hospital's ,& Bloodbank Registers

No, a person's HIV status is protected medical information and is not available to the general public.

There is a way. They can even break it down by county. I've seen the stats somewhere online. I think if you search for HIV on the CDC website it gives a national overview and you can get links to state statistics.

You may be able to get the stats for your area but not names. If you had AIDS would you want people come knocking on your door asking you stupid questions.

No, medical information is confidential.

No.

Yes they have been tested and you see there results! Note that this still doesn't mean that don't have niether!

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