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.

This entry was posted in English, French, Journal Articles, Publications. Publication Topics: , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.
Doc Type