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Undue Force: An Overview of Provincial Legislation on Forced Testing for HIV

This booklet looks at existing provincial legislation in Ontario, Alberta, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba allowing forced testing for blood-borne diseases such as HIV.

We conclude with a commentary on why forced testing is unjustified and unnecessary, and what measures are really needed to deal with workplace exposure to HIV.

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Published On 2007-10-26
Author Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Topics HIV Testing
Document Type Booklets
Language English
Doc Id 1186

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