Testing and clinics. The revelations led to the creation of the Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation (AIM Healthcare or AIM) in , which helped set up a monitoring system in the pornographic film industry in the United States, and pornographic film actors were required to be tested for HIV every 30 days.. The AIM system required all sexual contact to be logged, with positive test. The Adult Industry Medical Associates P.C. (formerly Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation), also known simply as AIM or AIM Medical, was a non-profit organization devoted to STD testing of pornographic actors for HIV and other STDs on a scheduled basis. Founded in by former pornographic film actress, Sharon Mitchell, AIM went out of business in after licensing issues, .
It turns out that many of the names came from a database belonging to the Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation (AIM), which conducts the majority of STD tests for the porn industry. Jan 28, · A registry is a collection of information about individuals, usually focused around a specific diagnosis or condition. Many registries collect information about people who have a specific disease or condition, while others seek participants of varying health status who may be willing to participate in research about a particular disease.
Dec 30, · LOS ANGELES --Two adult film actors have contracted HIV, with one most likely infecting the other during unprotected sex at a film shoot in Nevada where testing was less stringent than industry. Dec 01, · All 50 states have what’s, disturbingly, called ‘HIV surveillance’—a name-based registry of HIV positive bottomed.xyz: Sally Kohn.