Public Policy Versus Private Rights: The Medical, Social, Ethical, and Legal Implications of the Testing of Newborns for HIV
AIDS and Public Policy Journal. 1995/1996 Winter; 10(4): 182-204.
Aids; Aids Serodiagnosis; Attitudes; Autonomy; Confidentiality; Constitutional Law; Counseling; Consent; Disclosure; Drugs; Discrimination; Equal Protection; Females; Government; Government Regulation; HIV Seropositivity; Law; Legal Rights; Legislation; Mandatory Programs; Mandatory Reporting; Mandatory Testing; Mass Screening; Medicine; Minority Groups; Mothers; Newborns; Policy Analysis; Pregnant Women; Prevalence; Preventive Medicine; Privacy; Public Policy; Regulation; Rights; Risks and Benefits; Reporting; Social Discrimination; State Government; Voluntary Programs;
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