``The reality of people using condoms for a lot of the things that are suggested here - I don't know how quickly that's going to happen,'' said Sharon Mitchell, executive director of the Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation, the industry's main clinic.
What does AIMHCF stand for?
AIMHCF stands for Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation (Califormia)
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Performers are tested every three weeks for HIV and monthly for chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis through the Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation (AIM), a nonprofit organization created in 1998 to provide testing and monitoring, medical services, counseling and education.
The Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation (AIM) called for production on adult movies to cease for two months, allowing time for all stars to be tested and results returned.
The two recent cases are the first in the industry since one was detected in 1999, following seven cases in 1998, said Sharon Mitchell, founder of The Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation in Sherman Oaks.
Sharon Mitchell, a founder and executive director of The Adult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation in Sherman Oaks, said the industry's spectacular profits aided by the Internet and cable television's reach into mainstream America have led to increasingly risky sexual practices, without using condoms.