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Canada’s judges need to learn a little science and apply it to their rulings, especially when it comes to HIV-AIDS.

That is the essential message that emerges from a new consensus statement from the country’s top infectious diseases specialists.

To date, there have been 146 people charged with criminal acts because they were infected with the human immunodeficiency virus.

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