AIDS and the Law, Issue 2

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Wiley, 1997 - Law - 624 pages
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Familiarize yourself with the complex legal issues surrounding HIV and AIDS with this newly revised book. You'll get comprehensive coverage of the legal aspects of HIV issues, beginning with a medical overview of the virus, written for the layperson, and continuing through public health issues, corporate concerns, public services, criminal law, immigration policies, and other subjects. This volume has been updated from cover to cover, and semi-annual supplements will keep you up on new developments. The editor and contributing authors present everything in a clear, easy-to-read format, and both sides of controversial issues are given. You'll also take advantage of reference materials on: OSHA standards
-- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations
-- A state-by-state listing of HIV confidentiality and testing laws
-- And more.

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