HIV Recency Testing: Should Results be Disclosed to Individuals Tested?

Read » Details: Author: Quarraisha Abdool Karim, Ruth Macklin, Sofia Gruskin JD, MIA  Sara Klucking, Lejeune Lockett, Celia J Maxwell, Kenneth H Mayer, Edwin Sanders, Frederick SawePublished By: Pub MedDate: September, 2020Publication Link:

Health and Human Rights in This Moment

The United Nations defines human rights as “rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of race, sex, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status.” We are all equally entitled to these human rights without discrimination, and as human beings we are equipped with the power of mental awareness, the power of articulation, and the power to stand up for what is right. It has never been more important to be clear about the hard-won principles which bind us as a human race.