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Old 08-07-2008, 12:23 AM   #4
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ITA agree with you Nappy_curly_crown
I guess I should of written outside the US (as this happened in Mexico), in the US we have very specific rules about diseases/disabilties in reference to military activity
With this Mexican military officer the federal court in Mexico ruled that it was unconstitutional for him to be ousted from the military because of his HIV status
Like you said an HIV positive person may be able to function normally while in the army but what happens if there is an accident involving blood and someone contracts the disease, then what?
Would it be discriminatory to dismiss them then?

p.s. Ill edit my post to make sure my question is directed to places outside the U.S.
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