Conclusion

In summary, the HIV epidemic has raised new ethical and policy dilemmas and has forced reconsideration of established guidelines and policies that apply to a much broader range of issues. In the future, controversies will likely continue to focus on addressing the global impact of HIV/ AIDS and what justice requires in healthcare access and research.

BERNARD LO (1 995) REVISED BY LESLIE E. WOLF BERNARD LO

SEE ALSO: Children: Healthcare and Research Issues; Confidentiality; Epidemics; Healthcare Resources, Allocation of; Homosexuality; Human Dignity; Human Rights; Life, (Quality of; Public Health; Research Policy; and other AIDS subentries

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Beat The Battle With The Bottle

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