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  191.699.  Disciplinary action for health care professionals who discriminate or require HIV testing before treatment. — Any health care professional who, after disclosure has been made by a patient of HIV infection, discriminates against the patient on the basis of that HIV infection or who, prior to such disclosure, makes HIV testing a condition of treatment shall be subject to administrative disciplinary action for violation of a professional trust or confidence or the commission of an act of unprofessional conduct as those terms are used in sections 330.160, 332.321, 334.100, and 335.066.


(L. 1992 S.B. 511 & 556 § 191.694 subsec. 5)

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