The Debate Over Maternal-Fetal HIV Transmission Prevention Trials in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean: Racist Exploitation or Exploitation of Racism?
American Journal of Public Health. 1998 Apr; 88(4): 567-570.
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Annas, George J.; Grodin, Michael A. (1998-04)The human rights issues raised by the conduct of maternal-fetal human immunodeficiency virus transmission trials in Africa are not unique to either acquired immunodeficiency syndrome or Africa, but public discussion of ...
Annas, George J.; Grodin, Michael A. (1998-04)