More than 30 million people could be denied entry, detained or deported from 45 countries worldwide. They are neither terrorists, criminals nor drug dealers. The reason? They live with HIV.
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Beginning today, the United States' decades-old HIV Travel and Immigration Ban will be a relic of the past, and the stigma and discrimination it has engendered around the world will, with any luck, begin to fade, too.
The Department of Health and Human Services has issued regulations that would end the United States' decades-old HIV travel and immigration ban.
Earlier this year, Senators John Kerry (D-MA) and Gordon Smith (R-OR), along with Congresswoman Barbara Lee of California, led a successful and histor...
This policy has not only blemished the United States' record as a leader against HIV and AIDS worldwide, it has had serious consequences at home.
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