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March 05, 1993 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-05

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Israeli Men
Tested For AIDS

Jerusalem (JTA) — Scores of
Tel Aviv men rushed to get
blood tests for infection with
the AIDS virus last week
after a local prostitute went
public to say she recently
found out she had the
disease and may have in-
fected thousands.
In dramatic interviews in
the media, the prostitute,
Rachel Nissani, 23, said she
was making her story public
so the men she slept with
would go for medical
checkups.
"I can only point at two
men, whom I have dated
regularly, but I don't know
all the thousands with whom
I have had relations as part
of my work," Ms. Nissani
said.
Following her statements
to the public, Ichilov medical
center reported an onrush of
men seeking to have blood
tests for infection with HIV,
the virus that causes AIDS.
Ms. Nissani claimed she
had taken an HIV test two
years ago, but received no
response from the Ichilov
hospital.
Last December, she took
another test. Ms. Nissani
said she discovered to her
surprise that not only was
she carrying HIV but that
her previous test for infec-
tion with the virus had also
been positive.
A Health Ministry
spokeswoman said Ms.
Nissani underwent the HIV
test two years ago, but had
left as her only address a
drug rehabilitation center.
When Ms. Nissani did not
show up to receive the test
results, the hospital tried to
reach her at the rehabilita-
tion center, but was told no
one knew Nissani. All other
efforts to reach her failed,
said the spokeswoman.
Ms. Nissani claims the
hospital had been able to
contact her and she is now
suing the hospital for having
failed to inform her of the
test results.
Her lawyer, Binyamin
Bachar, argued that if she
been notified two years ago,
the progress of the AIDS il-
lness could have been slowed
down and thousands of men
would not have been exposed
to the danger of infection.
According to figures
released this week by the
Health Ministry, some 6,000
patients take the HIV test in
Israel annually. Last year,
some 75 tests were positive.
Presently, 227 AIDS pa-
tients are known to the
health authorities.

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