Performer Availability Screening Services

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Performer Availability Screening Services (PASS) is a U.S. organization that maintains a database of STI testing results for pornographic actors.[1] The database is intended to help reduce or prevent the spread of STDs in the porn industry. The organization, formerly known as Adult Production Health and Safety Services (APHSS),[2] is run by the Free Speech Coalition, a non-profit industry trade association.[3]

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  1. ^ Dennis Romero (August 28, 2013). "Porn Production OK'd After HIV Scare, But Some Performers Are Wary". LA Weekly. 
  2. ^ "APHSS". PASS. Retrieved 2013-09-03. 
  3. ^ Mark Madler (2013-08-29). "Adult Filming Resumes in Valley". San Fernando Business Journal. 

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