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It is care providers’ failure to offer an HIV test, not patient protections such as documenting informed consent, that is the overwhelming cause of lower-than-acceptable HIV testing rates.

Briefing Paper | Winter 2008/2009 Click to download pdf. Read the latest news and updates from the Center for HIV Law and Policy newsletter online or download the pdf.

As we prepare for a new administration, we need to make it clear that protecting the rights and dignity of people with HIV/AIDS must be a central part of a national AIDS strategy.

CHLP is honored to host Derrick Bell, renowned legal scholar and prominent figure in the study of critical race theory, as a guest blog author on the topic of HIV and racial justice in the United States.

“Housing Rights of People Living with HIV: A Primer” is the first in a series of primers on various legal issues as they pertain to people living with HIV/AIDS.

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