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. 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), is run by the Free Speech Coalition, a non-profit industry trade association.
- Dennis Romero (August 28, 2013). "Porn Production OK'd After HIV Scare, But Some Performers Are Wary". LA Weekly.
- "APHSS". PASS. Retrieved 2013-09-03.
- Mark Madler (2013-08-29). "Adult Filming Resumes in Valley". San Fernando Business Journal.
- Performer Availability Scheduling Services official website
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