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If a child is an HIV carrier, can he be refused admission into school, for the safety of others?
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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Doubtful
There may be private schools with unusual rules, but children with HIV are at no risk to their classmates or teachers, unless they bleed on someone with open cuts in their skin.
They should not be refused in any public school.

In brief: Doubtful
There may be private schools with unusual rules, but children with HIV are at no risk to their classmates or teachers, unless they bleed on someone with open cuts in their skin.
They should not be refused in any public school.
Dr. Martin Raff
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