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The fifth ABA HIV/AIDS Law and Practice Conference brought together healthcare providers, case workers and social service professionals and lawyers to discuss how HIV-related law and policy affects their work. The following are selected highlights from the two-day event, which took place in Orlando, Fla., in conjunction with the American Bar Association 2010 Midyear Meeting. Best of times, worst of times characterize efforts toward prevention, diagnosis, education, care and treatment Fresh from his first meeting as executive director of the newly formed Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS , Christopher Bates spoke to the ...
The nation's hospitals are struggling to care for low-income patients. Proposed solutions usually involve more money or more doctors. But some medical centers are trying a different approach -- more lawyers. Jeff Tyler reports. Photo of child from Peninsula Family Advocacy Program website (Peninsula Family Advocacy Program) More on Crime - Law , Health KAI RYSSDAL: Most of the time, when you hear about problems in healthcare it's a question of not enough money or not enough doctors. That's usually the case in cities. They're ... Read More
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