Heathcare Providers and High-Risk Patients Essay
A case that was never heard by a court
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.
Article 1, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Humanity is yet to face a global epidemic of HIV/AIDS
if it fails to join efforts against the disease
Lars O. Kallings, the UN Secretary General's Special
Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Eastern Europe.
We are all born equal in dignity and rights - at least this is what we believe in. How come our "equality" remains mainly on the paper? How come some people enjoy all the benefits of modern life and the latest achievements of the science, while others are obliged to live in hunger, poverty, …show more content…
What would she do in case her child was born infected or how would that improve the condition of her child is another side of the coin. She was fortunate enough to deliver without complications. But another woman may not be that fortunate…
Denying patients' health care merely on the