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Criminal prosecution of HIV transmission : the policy agenda / prepared by Abigail Groves and Sally Cameron for the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations
Bib ID 6005750
Format BookBook
Author
Groves, Abigail
 
Description Newtown, NSW : AFAO, 2009 
8 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
Invalid ISBN 9781876469390
Series

Discussion paper (Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations)

Notes

Caption title.

"May 2009"

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects HIV infections -- Government policy -- Australia.  |  HIV infections -- Prevention -- Government policy -- Australia.  |  HIV (Viruses) -- Law and legislation -- Australia.  |  HIV infections -- Transmission -- Prevention.  |  AIDS (Disease) -- Law and legislation -- Australia.  |  Criminal liability -- Australia.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Cameron, Sally  |  Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations
Also Titled

Criminal prosecution of Human immunodeficiency virus transmission : the policy agenda


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