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  1. When Students Test Positive, Their Privacy Fails: The Unconstitutionality of South Carolina's HIV/AIDS Reporting Requirement, Diane M. Degroat, 17 Am. U.J.Gender, Soc. Pol'y and L 751 (2007)

    This law journal comment explores the South Carolina law which mandates that local health departments notify a school's superintendant and nurse if a minor student has HIV or AIDS. This comment argues that this law violates students' constitutio ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2021 10:36am

  2. Conflicting Messages: How Criminal HIV Disclosure Laws Undermine Public Health Efforts to Control the Spread of HIV, C. Galletly and S.D. Pinkerton, AIDS Behavior (2006)

    This summary is taken in part from the article abstract. As structural interventions aimed at reducing new HIV infections, HIV-related criminal laws ideally would complement the HIV prevention efforts of public health professionals. The authors here concl ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/28/2017 2:09pm

  3. Attitudes About Stigma and Discrimination Related to HIV/AIDS, Kaiser Family Foundation (2006).

    This Kaiser Family Foundation survey finds that there is still a significant minority of people in the United States who believe that HIV can be transmitted by forms of casual contact such as kissing, sharing a glass and touching a toilet seat. The study ...

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

  4. Criminal Prosecutions for HIV Transmission: People Living With HIV Respond, C. Dodds and P. Keogh, International Journal of STD & AIDS (2006)

    This article reviews the product of focus group surveys conducted in the United Kingdom on the issue of criminal prosecutions for HIV exposure. The focus groups of individuals living with HIV were recruited to discuss their thoughts around the prosecution ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 8/16/2017 11:04am