Having Sex with HIV A group of Swiss experts have declared that certain people infected with HIV can safely have unprotected sex with their partners. International AIDS awareness groups are up in arms over the findings.
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Having Sex with HIV

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Having Sex with HIV

Having Sex with HIV

Having Sex with HIV

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A group of Swiss experts have declared that certain people infected with HIV can safely have unprotected sex with their partners. International AIDS awareness groups are up in arms over the findings. Madeleine Brand speaks with Day to Day's medical contributor Dr. Sydney Spiesel about the debate.

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