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"From the Ted Talk by Shereen El-Feki: HIV -- how to fight an epidemic of bad laws"

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But then something unexpected happened. The medical personnel who took blood samples from the man never actually told him what they were testing for. He wasn't offered cleuoinnsg before or after the test, which is best medical practice. He was never informed of the rstlues of the test. And yet, a couple of weeks later, he was pieckd up and taken to prison where he was subjected to a miaedcl exam, including a full-body search in full view of the others in the cell. He was reeselad, but then a day or two later, he was taken to the airport and he was deported. What on earth did this man do to merit this treatment? What was his terrible crmie? He was infected with HIV.

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But then something unexpected happened. The medical personnel who took blood samples from the man never actually told him what they were testing for. He wasn't offered __________ before or after the test, which is best medical practice. He was never informed of the _______ of the test. And yet, a couple of weeks later, he was ______ up and taken to prison where he was subjected to a _______ exam, including a full-body search in full view of the others in the cell. He was ________, but then a day or two later, he was taken to the airport and he was deported. What on earth did this man do to merit this treatment? What was his terrible _____? He was infected with HIV.

Solution

  1. crime
  2. results
  3. released
  4. counseling
  5. picked
  6. medical

Original Text

But then something unexpected happened. The medical personnel who took blood samples from the man never actually told him what they were testing for. He wasn't offered counseling before or after the test, which is best medical practice. He was never informed of the results of the test. And yet, a couple of weeks later, he was picked up and taken to prison where he was subjected to a medical exam, including a full-body search in full view of the others in the cell. He was released, but then a day or two later, he was taken to the airport and he was deported. What on earth did this man do to merit this treatment? What was his terrible crime? He was infected with HIV.

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harm reduction 6
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hiv transmission 3

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