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Maryland Mortality Rates Maryland State Mortality Rates 1999-2006

Maryland African American Female

Maryland African American Male

Maryland Hispanic (2186-2) Female

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A Privacy laws' Unintended Results

A woman lay unconscious and dying at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda, Md. But the hospital would not tell her friends and relatives what room she was in  
Former Maryland governor wants public registry for people with AIDS
``People should know if they are around people with AIDS,'' said 
Schaefer, a former governor and mayor of Baltimore. ``I feel it's 
absolutely necessary that a registry be set up. It (AIDS) is 
an epidemic in Africa and it's an epidemic here.''
 
Management of Communicable Diseases in a School Setting-Maryland The local school system must work collaboratively with the county health department to control outbreaks of communicable diseases in the school setting.  In the event of an outbreak, only the county health officer has the legal authority to exclude students and/or employees from school buildings. 219 kb pdf
Researchers fake AIDS study data Three Maryland researchers have admitted fabricating interviews with teenagers for a study on AIDS prevention that received more than $1 million in federal funds.  
 

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