China: Locked Doors : the Human Rights of People Living with HIV/AIDS in China
Human Rights Watch, 2003 - AIDS (Disease) - 95 pages
Research methods -- Background -- Human rights and HIV/AIDS in China -- Hong Kong: one country, two epidemics? -- Positive practices in mainland China -- Recommendations -- Acknowledgements -- Appendix.
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ONE COUNTRY TWO EPIDEMICS?
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