HIV and Human Rights Research Paper by The Research Group

HIV and Human Rights
Examines the history and evolution of international and rights ramifications of HIV/AIDS. Discusses the discovery of the virus, research, testing, leadership, funding, intervention, rights movement, legal and ethical issues, as well as treatment and prev
# 14785 | 3,825 words | 47 sources | 1999 | US
Published on Feb 16, 2003 in Law (Civil) , Law (International) , Medical and Health (General)


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"HIV/AIDS AND HUMAN RIGHTS

This research paper discusses the international and human rights aspects of infections caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and its medical symptomology Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). HIV/AIDS is the greatest threat posed by disease to the human race since the time of the Black Plague. Difficult to prevent and resistant to treatment, HIV/AIDS is a pandemic, which manifests itself throughout the world. It can only be brought under control through the global cooperation of international and national governmental and non-governmental organizations. The human rights movement, which has been spearheaded by agencies of the United Nations, has helped protect victims of HIV/AIDS from discrimination, stigmatization and other affronts to human dignity, resisted irrational reactions by ..."

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