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Effects of Lifting Blood Donation Bans on Men Who Have Sex with Men; Naomi G. Goldberg & Gary J. Gates, The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law (June 2010)
News, information, and commentary by The Center for HIV Law and Policy.
U.S. Takes New Steps to Address HIV in the Transgender Population
This article by AIDS United looks at recent moves the by NIH and CDC to improve health outcomes for transgender people by close data gaps and improving HIV prevention efforts among transgender populations.
New Reports of Increased Resistance to Drugs Used to Treat Gonorrhea spark concern
A cluster of cases in Hawaii have exhibited higher levels of resistance to the drugs used to treat gonorrhea than previously observed in the US.
Study Shows Denying State Prisoners Costly Hepatitis C Treatment Fuels Epidemic
A study of state departments of correction concludes that prisoners are not receiving vital hepatitis C treatment due to extremely high drug costs
CIRA Members Lead Review of Research on Criminalization of HIV Exposure
CIRA's newly-published review summarizes 24 years of research on HIV criminalization.
Ohio Supreme Court Will Review Felony HIV Exposure Law and Conviction
The Ohio Supreme Court announced today, over three dissents, that it would review the state's HIV criminal law and Orlando Batista's conviction and sentence under that law.