Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Arrest for Unprotected Sex?
Under Canadian law it is a criminal offense for anyone with HIV not to disclose their status before engaging in unprotected sex. About 80 charges arrests have been made over the past decade by the police.
Many civilians are critical of this law citing that the law could threaten people from getting tested. But according to Dr. Philip Berger, an associate professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto HIV positive people must be held accountable if they deliberately infect someone else.
Do you think such law must also be applied in our country?
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