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Arizona infectious disease law state lawmakers voted Thursday to give the governor broad new powers to order medical examinations and even isolate and quarantine people without court approval.


Arizona Occupational Exposure Law Employees are notified that a claim may be made for a condition, infection, disease or disability involving or related to the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), or Hepatitis C within the provisions of the Arizona Workers’ Compensation Law, and the rules of The Industrial Commission of Arizona  
Arizona statutes under  Communicable Disease Related Information
A person who obtains communicable disease related information 
in the course of providing a health service or obtains that 
information from a health care provider pursuant to an authorization
 shall not disclose or be compelled to disclose that information 
except to the following:
Hepatitis C hitting US and Arizona hard "This is what public health is here for," he said. "The reason I get so hot and bothered about Hep C is not that it's the biggest threat to public health; it's that we have an obvious prevention staring us in the face."  
In Arizona, Three programs point to hope Arizona, with the largest Indian reservations in the country, is home to more than 250,000 Native Americans. It ranks third in the number of cases of Native Americans with AIDS: 289 by the end of 2003. And it has some of the oldest and most innovative AIDS programs for Native Americans. Harrison started one of the first grass-roots organizations.  The Navajo Nation had one of the first tribal programs. And today, that fight continues with an HIV Center of Excellence at the Phoenix Indian Medical Center, the largest program serving Native Americans with AIDS in the country.  Still, the feared explosion of cases could overwhelm them.  

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