Communicable and Sexually Transmitted Disease, Public Health Record, and Aids-Specific Laws: A Detailed Review of Confidentiality, Discrimination, and Public Health Control Provisions as of February 1988
Von Salis, Charlotte
Washington, DC: George Washington University, Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, AIDS Policy Center, 1988. 87 p.
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