Students Protest UHS' New HIV Testing Policy

Naveen N Srivatsa of the Harvard Crimson reports:

Over 20 students gathered in front of the Holyoke Center Wednesday evening to protest Harvard University Health Services’ decision to discontinue anonymous HIV testing.

Waving signs that read “My right to privacy includes my right to anonymity” and “I’m pro-testing,” the group of students from the College as well as several graduate schools assembled by Massachusetts Ave. after abandoning their plans to conduct a “test-in.”

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