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FSC Update: Retest of 'Patient Alpha' Comes Back Negative

Following negative test result at APHSS.org testing facility, organization's medical expert advises that resumption of production is 'appropriate' while follow-up testing takes place.

FSC Update: Retest of 'Patient Alpha' Comes Back Negative

The Free Speech Coalition issued the following press release today regarding the possible recent exposure by an industry performer to the HIV virus. The release is reprinted here in its entirety.

CANOGA PARK, Calif.Free Speech Coalition (FSC) announced today some important news for the industry. An HIV test for “Patient Alpha,” administered by an APHSS.org testing facility, has been returned with negative results.

Recognizing the importance of accurate information being presented to the industry and media, FSC stresses that while test results indicate a negative result for the patient, follow-up testing is appropriate in this case.

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“This is good news for the primary patient, the industry will continue to be abundantly cautious as we try to nail down the reasons for what now appears to have been a false positive result on a previous test,” FSC Executive Director Diane Duke said. “After discussion with our medical expert, he has advised that it would be appropriate for production to resume and the focus of attention brought to those who had worked with the performer. That group is already receiving care.

“FSC/APHSS.org will narrow the circle of caution to focus our concern on the group of people who had worked with the performer,” Duke continued. “Our prayers and utmost empathy go out to the performer in what has been a very difficult period.”

FSC called for an industry-wide precautionary moratorium on production last Sunday, after reports of a preliminary HIV positive test result for an adult performer in Florida. The performer in question and the adult industry were demonized as rumors and misinformation spread like wildfire. But recent developments imply that industry standards are working.

Duke continued, “Industry self-regulation and best practices are alive and well in the adult entertainment industryand they work. We fully understand that it is vitally important for the adult performers have a place to go that is safe, trusted and transparent.”






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