HIV-stigma ‘denies’ patients of human rights, says study

ISLAMABAD - The HIV-related stigma and discrimination for the people infected with the disease or those who are at the risk of contracting the disease make it difficult for the suffers to exercise their human rights, a study found.The study also shows that overall 86.3 percent youngsters are ...

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