New England Journal of Medicine | February 7, 2008Read the Publication
The ambitious goal of this guide, published by the World Bank, is to provide thumbnail introductions to 65 topics related to the immensely complex terrain of policies and laws relating to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and AIDS. With a few pages devoted to each topic, the authors — all of whom are well-known legal experts in the field — set out relevant legal and policy considerations, “practice examples” drawn from domestic and international laws and other sources, and some key references, which are by no means meant to be exhaustive. For government officials and civil servants who are not . . .