HIV/AIDS Policy and Law Review 4(4) Summer 1999

FEATURES

  • Injection Drug Use and HIV/AIDS: Another Call for Action
  • Newly Infected People and Clinical Trials: Ethical Issues

PREGNANCY AND HIV/AIDS

  • An Ethical Analysis of HIV Testing of Pregnant Women and Their Newborns
  • New Law on Testing Newborns in Connecticut
  • US: Court Denies Legal Custody of Child to Breast-feeding Mother with HIV

HIV/AIDS IN CANADIAN COURTS

  • HIV/AIDS in Canadian Courts in 1999: Part 1

TESTING AND CONFIDENTIALITY

  • The HIV Experience Study
  • US — Phony Test Kits

POST-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS

  • Expanding Access to Post-Exposure Prophylaxis: Ethical and Legal Issues

ASSISTED SUICIDE AND EUTHANASIA

  • Providing Assistance in Dying: A Call for Legalization

AIDS VACCINES

  • AIDS Vaccines and the Developing World

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

  • After Cuerrier: Legal Network Paper on Supreme Court Decision Released
  • Criminal Law and HIV/AIDS: Update I
  • US Sentencing Cases

BLOOD AND BLOOD SAFETY

  • France: Criminal Prosecution Collapsed
  • Iranian Blood Transfusion Organization Charged with Criminal Negligence

PUBLIC HEALTH

  • The Montréal Model: Public Health and People with HIV/AIDS Who Do Not Take Precautions

DISCRIMINATION

  • HIV/AIDS and Discrimination in South Asian Communities: An Ethnocultural Perspective
  • US: Victory Upheld in Dental Discrimination Case (But New Worries for People with Disabilities)
  • Australian Tribunal Rules in Favour of HIV-Positive Football Player
  • Boy with HIV Barred from Karate
  • Switzerland — Little Institutional Discrimination
  • India — No Right to Marry?
  • Out of Reach: Anti-Discrimination Law Procedures in Australia

HIV/AIDS IN PRISONS

  • HIV/AIDS in Prisons: New Developments
  • Essential Resources on HIV/AIDS in Prisons
  • Prevention of Sexually Transmitted and Bloodborne Diseases in Prisons: The Experience of the Québec Detention Centre

PUBLICATIONS REVIEWED

  • Harm Reduction: A New Direction for Drug Policies and Programs

NEW PUBLICATIONS

  • HIV/AIDS and Human Rights: Stories from the Frontlines
  • UNAIDS Statement on Drug Use and HIV/AIDS
  • Background Paper on Compulsory Licensing and Parallel Importing
  • Positive Change
  • AIDS in the Workplace, Let’s Do Something about It, and How!
  • Quebecers’ Attitudes Toward HIV/AIDS
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