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Edwin J. Bernard
Published: 18 July 2010

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Adam BD et al. Effects of the criminalization of HIV transmission in Cuerrier on men reporting unprotected sex with men. Canadian Journal of Law and Society 23(1-2): 143-59, 2008.

Bennett R, Draper H, Frith L Ignorance is bliss? HIV and moral duties and legal duties to forewarn. Journal of Medical Ethics 26: 9-15, 2000.

Bourne A et al. Relative Safety II: risk and unprotected anal intercourse among gay men with diagnosed HIV. Sigma Research, London, 2009.

Duffin R Serostatus, risk and responsibility. Social Research Brief 6: 1-2, 2004.

Bernard EJ Positive Health, Dignity and Prevention: Technical Consultation Report. Tunisia: GNP+/UNAIDS 2009.

Galletly CL and Pinkerton SD Conflicting messages: how criminal HIV disclosure laws undermine public health efforts to control the spread of HIV. AIDS Behav. 10: 451-461, 2006.

Kalichman S Denying AIDS: conspiracy theories, pseudoscience, and human tragedy. New York: Copernicus Books 2009.

Keogh P et al. Morality, Responsibility and Risk: gay men and proximity to HIV. London: Sigma Research 2006.

MacDonald A and Worth H Mad and bad: HIV infection, mental illness, intellectual disability, and the law. Sexuality Research & Social Policy 2 (2), 2005.

O'Leary A and Wolitski RJ Moral agency and the sexual transmission of HIV. Psychol Bull 135(3):478-94, 2009.

UNAIDS Opening up the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: guidance on encouraging beneficial disclosure, ethical partner counselling & appropriate use of HIV case-reporting. Geneva 2000.

UNAIDS/UNDP International Consultation on the Criminalization of HIV Transmission: summary of main issues and conclusions. Geneva 2008.

Weait M Intimacy and Responsibility: the criminalisation of HIV transmission. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge-Cavendish 2007.

WHO Gender Dimension of HIV Status Disclosure to Sexual Partners: rates, barriers and outcomes. A review paper. Geneva 2004.

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