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  • "AIDS Patients May Pose Legal Risks” U.S. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Dependence, June, 1986
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  • “FDA Has No Jurisdiction over Workplace, or Other Non-Diagnostic Testing,” DATIA News Letters, Dec 2001/Jan 2002
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