Whether the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is taking advantage of the fact that HIV infection has been in the news lately (thanks to Charlie Sheen’s recent disclosure about his own HIV status) or the timing is pure coincidence, the EEOC earlier this month issued two publications regarding the rights afforded by the Americans with Disabilities Act to job applicants and employees living with HIV. Although the EEOC previously issued a more general guidance about the ADA’s protections for individuals with HIV/AIDS in 2012, these two new publications are notable in that they are specifically directed to HIV positive applicants …