The ethical implications of “treatment as prevention” in the United States – HIV/AIDS Policy & Law Review 16 — Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network

The ethical implications of “treatment as prevention” in the United States – HIV/AIDS Policy & Law Review 16

This article discusses the human rights and ethical implications of treatment as prevention; its authors focus on the United States of America, where the health departments of New York City and San Francisco recommended immediate commencement of antiretroviral therapy for every person who tested HIV-positive, regardless of the state of his or her infection.
 

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