The AIDS pandemic : complacency, injustice, and unfulfilled expectations /Series: Studies in social medicine. Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c2004Description: xli, 445 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0807828300 (cloth : alk. paper).Subject(s): Public Policy | Jurisprudence | Disease Outbreaks -- history | HIV Infections | Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome | AIDS (Disease) -- Government policy | AIDS (Disease) -- Social aspectsOnline resources: Table of contents | Publisher description
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
AIDS policy, politics, and law in context -- The AIDS litigation project: the social impact of AIDS -- The AIDS litigation project: privacy, discrimination, and vulnerable persons -- Human rights and public health in the HIV/AIDS pandemic -- Health informational privacy in the HIV/AIDS epidemic -- Stigma, social risk, and discrimination -- Testing and screening in the HIV/AIDS epidemic: a public health and human rights -- Approach -- National HIV/AIDS reporting -- Piercing the veil of secrecy: partner notification, the right to know, and the -- Duty to warn -- The politics of AIDS: compulsory state powers, public health, and civil liberties -- Testing, counseling, and treatment after sexual assault -- Rights and duties of health care workers living with HIV/AIDS -- Perinatal transmission of HIV: controversies in screening and policy -- The interconnected epidemics of AIDS and drug dependency -- Screening and exclusion of travelers and immigrants -- The global reach of HIV/AIDS: science, politics, economics, and research -- AIDS policy, politics, and law: reflections on the pandemic.