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"Tuberculosis can be a potentially more dangerous illness than AIDS or HIV due to the number of exposed persons at one time. Neither AIDS nor HIV are air borne illnesses, lessening the threat of exposure to others. Ethically speaking all persons with a debilitating disease reserves the right to due diligence from the professional health care field and employment. A person with a disability should be treated the same regardless of the diagnoses, just as long as they are release from a physician for work duty."

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"Tuberculosis can be potentially a more dangerous illness than AIDS or HIV due to the number of exposed persons at one time. Neither AIDS nor HIV are air borne illnesses, lessening the threat of exposure to others. Ethically speaking all persons with a debilitating disease reserves the right to due diligences from the professional health care field and employment. A person with a disability should be treated the same regardless of ...

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This solution discusses the employee rights of someone with tuberculosis.

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