|Publish Year :||2010|
|Publisher :||Center for Reproductive Rights, Vivo Positivo|
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This report explores obstacles to quality care that women counter in healthcare facilities, including, lack of pre- and post-test counseling, breaches of confidentiality, discriminatory and abusive treatment, discrimination around motherhood, and coercive and forced sterilization. Section One provides an overview of the factors that contribute to Chilean women’s risk of contracting HIV. Section Two discusses HIV-positive women’s experience in Chilean healthcare facilities, as well as some of the structural barriers that impede access to quality healthcare services and the repercussions of discriminatory healthcare treatment. Section Three provides an overview of legal and human rights implications of the rights violations identifies in the report. Section Four offers recommendations to stakeholders based on the findings of the report.