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The Mysterious Infection of Kimberly Bergalis Was Kimberly telling the truth about her lack of sexual relations How did she really contract the AIDS virus Were Dr Acers patients in dangers while under his care These are the questions that I will be addressing in this paper There a few items in the article that try to get us to believe that the patients may have been lying The story by CBS news program Sixty Minutes is probably the most persuasive In their findings the six people thought to be infected by the Doctor were probably that way because of their own behavior and not of the good doctor It sounds to me like the program made a direct attack on the credibility of Bergalis Without any real proof they all but accused Bergalis of lying She publicly admitted that she did not want the money she only wanted to help The news program does however provide that an examination of Bergalis showed evidence of a venereal wart which could be considered evidence that she was not a virgin as she said she was Thus she could have gotten the disease from having sex But how can we ignore the similarity of the gene of the virus in Bergalis was so very close to Dr Acer But on this point I found the article lacking good proof for this point I would need evidence that there is a big difference in the genes of the virus that is in the US today and then 1991 Was Dr Acer ethical in his actions Should medical officials be subjected to forced screenings and sharing their sexual orientation To a point not to extreme from the standard that we hold to our own government too I would like to know if the Dr that is operation examining counseling or trusting with me has AIDS or not The problem is that if we screen doctors
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