Asymptomatic HIV as a disability under the Americans with Disability Act.

Abstract

The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) does not state whether it prohibits discrimination against individuals who are infected with HIV but asymptomatic. Some courts have held that the language of the ADA is unambiguous and does not cover asymptomatic HIV as a disability because the virus is not an "impairment" that substantially limits a "major life… (More)

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@article{Chambers1998AsymptomaticHA, title={Asymptomatic HIV as a disability under the Americans with Disability Act.}, author={Earle C. Chambers}, journal={Washington law review}, year={1998}, volume={73 2}, pages={403-31} }