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Human rights in an era of treatment as prevention — HIV/AIDS Policy & Law Review 16

This article discusses the human rights and ethical implications of treatment as prevention; it provides the global context, with examples from Africa, for implementation of such a policy, examining how discrimination and human rights violations can impede access to treatment for vulnerable populations.

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Published On 2012-05-24
Author Michaela Clayton, Lynette Mabote and Felicita Hikuam
Topics Treatment, Sex Work, HIV Testing, Drug Policy and Harm Reduction, Discrimination
Document Type Journal Articles
Language English
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HIV/AIDS Policy & Law Review 16 — May 2012
Les droits de la personne à l’époque du traitement comme outil de prévention — Revue VIH/sida, droit et politiques 16 French version

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