O'Neill Institute  |  August 22, 2019

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This report highlights four critical actions where community stakeholders and public health officials can work together to minimize risks associated with cluster detection and broaden support for its use. A principal recommendation is to enact a number of policy changes to ensure that HIV molecular data collected for cluster detection is not disclosed to law enforcement. Other recommendations include promoting meaningful partnerships between communities and health departments, ensuring data and security compliance, and educating stakeholders on public health practices.

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Issues

HIV/AIDS

Related Initiatives

Infectious Diseases