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  1. Comments on the May 2005 Draft Report of the New York City Commission on HIV/AIDS, Sisters Mobilized for AIDS Research and Treatment (SMART)

    Responding to the May 2005 draft report of the New York City Commission on HIV/AIDS, the Center for HIV Law and Policy drafted comments on behalf of SMART, Inc (Sisters Mobilized for AIDS Research and Treatment). SMART and CHLP endorsed many of the Commis ...

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

  2. Late Versus Early Testing of HIV--16 Sites, United States, 2000-2003, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 52 MMWR 581 (2003)

    This study compared individuals who tested positive for HIV early in the course of the disease with those who tested later in the course of the disease, and found that later testers were significantly more likely to be younger, to be black or Hispanic, to ...

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

  3. Diagnosis, Prevention and Access to Care in the U.S., Slide Presentation, Kaiser Permanente/Michael Horberg (2006)

    Kaiser Permanente, the second largest provider of HIV care in the U.S., combines a health plan, hospitals and medical groups located in multiple communities throughout California, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia, Ohio, Oregon ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/10/2018 4:42pm

  4. Legal Issues: Opt-Out Testing and HIV Care, Slide Presentation, The Center for HIV Law and Policy (2006)

    This slide presentation for the Nov 29-30, 2006 Summit on Opportunities for Improving HIV Diagnosis, Prevention, & Access to Care in the U.S. addresses areas of potential legal liability raised by implementation of September, 2006 CDC Guidelines on HI ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/30/2017 11:39am

  5. Missing the Boat: Why Do So Many Patients Receive Little or No HIV Treatment in NYC?, Slide Presentation, Jay Dobkin, M.D., Gold Foundation Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons (2006)

    Prepared by Jay Dobkin, M.D., Arnold P. Gold Foundation Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, these slides establish, based on data from the NYC Department of Health, that thousands of individuals who have ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 11/17/2018 4:33pm

  6. Complexities in HIV Consent in Adolescents, Wing Wah Ho et al., 44 Clinical Pediatrics 473 (2005)

    This article reviews the laws of informed consent and confidentiality related to HIV testing and treatment in adolescents, who represent a large proportion of people living with HIV. There is no uniform policy on minors' rights to consent to HIV test ...

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

  7. Sex, Drugs, Prisons, and HIV, Susan Okie, 356 New England Journal of Medicine 105 (2007)

    This New England Journal of Medicine article examines many of the facts, perceptions, and proposed solutions to the HIV epidemic--and the behaviors and policies that drive it--occurring behind bars. The prohibition of condom availability, absence of needl ...

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

  8. Continuing Care Often Lacking in HIV Patients, Douglas David, Reuters (2007)

    This Reuters summary of a report featured in Clinical Infectious Disease supports the view that a substantial focus on universal opt-out HIV testing as an answer to the problem of HIV-positive individuals receiving care late in the course of their disease ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/10/2018 4:02pm

  9. HIV Testing Should Require Consent and Promise Privacy, Op-Ed, Sigrid Fry-Revere, San Francisco Chronicle (2007)

    This op-ed piece exposes the fiscal motives behind, and the harmful consequences of, legislative efforts to routinize HIV testing and eliminate written consent. The author, a bio-ethicist at the Cato Institute, notes that a bill before the California Asse ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/30/2017 11:00am

  10. Recommendations for Use of Antiretroviral Drugs in Pregnant Women Infected with HIV-1 for Maternal Health and for Reducing Perinatal HIV-1 Transmission in the U.S., U.S. Public Health Service Task Force Perinatal Guidelines Working Group (2008)

    The July 2008 version of the guidelines includes language that reaffirms an HIV-positive pregnant woman’s right to retain control over treatment decisions that affect her and her fetus. The Nov. 2007 version had inexplicably omitted language about a woman ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 10/19/2018 12:33pm

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