'Even if you're positive, you still have rights because you are a person': Human rights and the reproductive choice of HIV-positive persons PDF Print E-mail

AUTHOR: L. London, P.J. Orner and L. Myer
DATE: 2008
PUBLISHER: Developing World Bioethics

This article discusses the potentially contradictory imperatives of individual reproductive and other human rights with public health objectives. Data from a study of user experiences and perceptions of reproductive and HIV/AIDS services are used to illustrate a rights analysis of how reproductive health policy should integrate a rights perspective into the way services engage with HIV-positive persons and their reproductive choices.


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