''Without My Consent'' - Women and HIV-Related Stigma in India

Publish Year : 2003
Publisher : Population Reference Bureau (PRB)
Author Name : Ninan A.
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Description :

This article reviews the status of women with HIV in India. It discusses the low awareness of HIV/AIDS among women, how the burdens of blame and care fall on women, dealing with stigma in health care settings, and how health officials, individuals, and groups are breaking down barriers to prevention and care.


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