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Ind. Code Ann. § 16-41-2-3 - Reporting of HIV/AIDS cases

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This law requires that every licensed physician/hospital/medical laboratory/department of corrections report each confirmed case of HIV infection and AIDS.  The law requires that such reports include whether the diagnosed individual had undergone any blood transfusions, place the transfusions took place, the blood center where blood was obtained, and any other known risk factors.  The law states that when the report is about an HIV infection and there is no confirmed AIDS diagnosis with respect to an individual enrolled in a research project or an individual tested anonymously, then the report must not include the name of any identifying information of the tested individual.

Current as of June 2015