Acquired immune deficiency syndrome and military manpower policy
David F. Burrelli, Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress. Major Issues System
Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, 1988 - Health & Fitness - 14 pages
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100th Congress academic term Acquired Immune Deficiency Active duty personnel AIDS infection AIDS patients AIDS virus antibodies blood supply CHAMPUS contract the illness costs Department of Defense DOD policy eligible ELISA tests entering the service evidence of HIV force readiness HIV infection rates homosexuals Human Immunodeficiency Virus Immune Deficiency Syndrome individual civil liberties individual civil rights infected personnel Likewise limited member who tests military applicants military health MILITARY MANPOWER POLICY military personnel serving military service number of AIDS overseas deployments personnel record personnel stationed overseas personnel who test personnel with serologic policy on AIDS positive for HIV preventive medical Protecting Military Personnel Protecting the blood regarding AIDS Reserve Component personnel ROTC separation serological evidence sexually transmitted disease spreading the disease Surveillance and Health test is indicated test negative test positive testing for HIV transfusions U.S. Congress U.S. Govt U.S. military personnel uninfected United United States Code Western blot test