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The Routine Offer of HIV Counseling and Testing: A Human Right
Health and Human Rights: An International Journal
I or over a decade, the duty to obtain informed consent for HIV testing was one of the most inviolable precepts of the human rights approach to the HIV epidemic. In the course of 2004, however, a charge toward a "new approach" to HIV testing gathered pace and supporters. The year began with Botswana President Festus Mogae implementing a new policy of routine HIV testing under which, henceforward, all people in Botswana would automatically be offered an HIV test when they utilized healthdoi:10.2307/4065327 pmid:17136896 fatcat:ouztwy2dlbhnddjdwqdibznnaq