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The Nation

June 25, 1987

Doctors who practice at Veterans Administration hospitals are strongly opposed to mandatory AIDS testing at their medical centers, their spokesman told Congress. Paul Schafer, director of the National Assn. of VA Physicians, told the Senate Veterans Committee in prepared testimony that testing "should be performed only when professional clinical indications justify that the test should be made, and no such test should be made without informed consent."

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