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AIDS discrimination in Asia

ASIA PACIFIC NETWORK OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS (APN+)
2004

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Study of the discrimination faced by people living with HIV/AIDS. The study generated both qualitative and quantitative data. Its findings indicate that AIDS-related discrimination is prevalent in every sector of society. Age and educational background do not affect the level of discrimination faced, but sex, state of health and marital status do. Women are more likely than men to experience discrimination within the family and community because of their HIV status

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