A Review of AIDS-Related Legislative and Regulatory Policy in the United States
Law, Medicine and Health Care. 1987 Summer; 15(1-2): 5-16.
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Public Health Strategies for Confronting AIDS: Legislative and Regulatory Policy in the United States Gostin, Lawrence O. (1989-03-17)Legislation and regulation can make an important contribution to efforts to confront AIDS by promoting professional standards through reasoned guidelines; by mandating appropriate health care services and public education, ...