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Title: Section 357.1 - Nature of information to be safeguarded.

Section 357.1 Nature of information to be safeguarded. (a) Information to be safeguarded includes names and addresses of applicants, recipients, and their relatives, including lists thereof; information contained in applications and correspondence; reports of investigations; reports of medical examination, diagnostic tests and treatment, including reports on whether an applicant or recipient has had an HIV related test or has been diagnosed as having AIDS, HIV infection or an HIV related illness; resource information; financial statements; and record of agency evaluation of such information. This applies to all information secured by the agency whether or not it is contained in the written record.

(b) For purposes of this Part: (1) "AIDS" means acquired immune deficiency syndrome, as may be defined from time to time by the Centers for Disease Control of the united States Public Health Service.

(2) "HIV infection" means infection with the human immunodeficiency virus or any other related virus identified as a probable causative agent of AIDS.

(3) "HIV related illness" means any illness that may result from or may be associated with HIV infection.

(4) HIV related test means any laboratory test or series of tests for any virus, antibody, antigen or etiologic agent whatsoever thought to cause or to indicate the presence of AIDS.



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