Debate: HIV testing and ARV prophylaxis for newborns without their mothers\' consent
Criminal law, constitutional rights and medical ethics (not forgetting common sense) can at times contradict each other, putting medical professionals on the spot. This article is based on a case study discussed on the HIV Policy & Ethics Discussion Forum: http://groups.google. com/group/policy-ethics.
Southern African Journal of HIV Medicine Vol. 9 (2) 2008: pp. 6-10
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