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Mandatory testing of public employees for the human immunodeficiency virus: the Fourth Amendment and medical reasonableness



Mandatory testing of public employees for the human immunodeficiency virus: the Fourth Amendment and medical reasonableness



Columbia Law Review 90(3): 720-759




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PMID: 11652561

DOI: 10.2307/1122912


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