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Locked Doors:
The Human Rights of People Living with HIV/AIDS in China

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    Figure 1: Map of the People’s Republic of China

  1. SUMMARY

  2. RESEARCH METHODS

  3. BACKGROUND
  4. No one dared to help them

  5. HUMAN RIGHTS AND HIV/AIDS IN CHINA
    1. Violations of freedom of expression, information, association, and assembly
    2. Discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS
    3. Detention of injection drug users: the marginalization of persons at high risk
    4. Mandatory testing and violations of confidentiality
    5. Hospital negligence and HIV transmission
    6. Other problems in health care
    7. The Henan blood scandal and unsafe blood collection in China

    I’ll just go away and wait to die

  6. HONG KONG: ONE COUNTRY, TWO EPIDEMICS?

  7. POSITIVE PRACTICES IN MAINLAND CHINA

  8. Mostly, we just get together and talk

  9. RECOMMENDATIONS
  10. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

  11. APPENDIX


August 2003       Vol. 15, No. 7(C)