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  1. Iowa Department of Public Health, Discussion of Revisions to Iowa Code 709C – Criminal Transmission of HIV (2012)

    The Iowa State Department of Health released this path-breaking discussion piece on the rationale for changing Iowa Code 709C, the state's law on criminalizing so-called "exposure" to the bodily fluids of persons with HIV. The paper summari ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/14/2017 11:09am

  2. HIV, Stigma and Confidentiality, Carolyn McAllaster, Medical Mutual Insurance Company of North Carolina (Spring 2012).

    This fact sheet provides guidance on issues related to HIV confidentiality, disclosure, and stigma for physicians who treat HIV-positive individuals. While the document specifically details North Carolina's confidentiality law, it provides widely app ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/8/2013 1:46pm

  3. Criminal prosecutions for HIV non-disclosure: two cases before the Supreme Court of Canada, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network (2012)

    This note was written in anticipation of the February 8, 2012, arguments of two HIV non-disclosure cases before the Supreme Court of Canada. It offers fact summaries on both cases and explains the implications of the Court's decision on people with H ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/8/2013 1:46pm

  4. Briefing Note: Criminalizing non-disclosure of HIV status, Ontario Working Group on Criminal Law and HIV Exposure (2012)

    This briefing note provides an overview of HIV non-disclosure laws in Canada and recommendations for a different approach to the issue of HIV non-disclosure. It provides a brief history of HIV criminalization in Canada as well as a short overview of recen ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 12:26pm

  5. Guidance for People Living with HIV Who Are At Risk of, or Are Facing, Criminal Prosecution for HIV Nondisclosure or Exposure, Center for HIV Law and Policy (2011)

    This fact sheet gives basic but essential guidance on what to do when the risk of criminal prosecution for HIV nondisclosure or exposure may be a reality. Thirty-four states and territories have laws that criminalize HIV exposure and/or nondisclosure of H ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 9/18/2017 11:22am