May 20, 2018
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Comments for: Rights and HIV

At the heart of the HIV disclosure case before the Supreme Court of Canada is the notion that those infected have a right to privacy and autonomy — a right that manifests itself in not having to tell a prospective sex partner that they have HIV: If the… Read More
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    Why rely on a potentially false sense of security though? If silence essentially means, in a legal sense, a negative status, people might be less likely to engage in safe sexual practices/precautions. Remember, the virus doesn’t show up immediately after exposure, it takes months. 

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