Baldwin Health Services was forced to cancel a planned anonymous AIDS testing program due to New York State Health Department regulations that made it “virtually impossible for private health care providers to offer anonymous testing,” according to Dr. Irena Balawadjer MD, the director of the health service.  The college was forced to look into alternatives to the system they had planned—which would have allowed Baldwin to assign a number to students’ HIV/AIDS test results rather than associate them with a name—because the state would license only municipal and state-run health care providers to perform anonymous testing.