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The student’s lawyers argue the military’s HIV policies date to the 1980s when little was known about the condition, which, if left untreated, can lead to AIDS.
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In a federal lawsuit filed this week, the South Carolina man says he ended up with “full-blown AIDS” because he never received treatment after being kept in the dark.
By Jeff Martin, The Associated Press
Two HIV-positive airmen who are being kicked out of the Air Force under the Pentagon’s new “deploy or get out” policy have filed a lawsuit to stop their discharges.
For one Army veteran, the Pentagon's HIV policies are standing in the way of fulfilling a goal 20 years in the making.
By Victoria Leoni