Secret HIV testing illegal in Germany
This article was originally published in Clinica
Secret testing of a patient for HIV is a "serious infringement of personal rights", according to a ruling by the Land Court in Cologne, Germany. The decision means that doctors who perform an HIV test without the patient's permission are liable to pay damages.
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