GLAD settled a case against a doctor who refused to provide in-office care to a patient with HIV, after the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights found probable cause to believe that unlawful discrimination had occurred. The doctor claimed that he did not know whether the procedure could be performed in the office due to the patient’s HIV status, although he regularly performed the procedure for other patients and could identify no medical basis to perform the procedure in an alternative setting. The terms of the settlement remain confidential.