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HIV and the Costs of Non-Disclosure

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    HIV is a very preventable disease.  If everyone who is HIV positive agreed not to spread the disease it could be stopped, says our guest, Dr. Robert Klitzman, associate professor of clinical psychology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.  Disclosure however is not easy and does not always happen.  Dr. Klitzman explores with host, Dr. Maurice Pickard the size of this non-disclosure problem and why communications are so difficult. It could be that sexual partners are not asking the right questions.

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    HIV is a very preventable disease.  If everyone who is HIV positive agreed not to spread the disease it could be stopped, says our guest, Dr. Robert Klitzman, associate professor of clinical psychology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.  Disclosure however is not easy and does not always happen.  Dr. Klitzman explores with host, Dr. Maurice Pickard the size of this non-disclosure problem and why communications are so difficult. It could be that sexual partners are not asking the right questions.

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