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August 23, 1985

The Colorado Board of Health will start keeping track of individuals who have been exposed to AIDS virus but show no symptoms of the disease. The department will require laboratories and doctors to report on a confidential basis the names and addresses of individuals who have taken a blood test that shows they carry antibodies to the AIDS virus. It will use the information to help counsel those who carry the antibodies. The federal Centers for Disease Control keep track only of actual AIDS cases, which now number more than 12,000 in the United States.

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