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PHR and Partner Organizations Call on House Armed Services Committee to Review Proposed Authorization of the Use of Military Force

05/12/2011

Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) joined a coalition of organizations in calling for open review of a proposed amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

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Boston Globe Letter to the Editor: Computer game cruelly mocks vulnerable group

02/14/2011

Christy Fujio, director of PHR’s Asylum Program, responds to a Boston Globe article on a computer game that cruelly mocks a vulnerable population that faces extortion, theft, rape, murder, torture, assault, and other dangers as it crosses the border.

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Wikileaks case exposes how draconian criminal law is driving drug-users and people with HIV underground

12/21/2010

The much-publicized arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has had the unexpected effect of highlighting laws that criminalize health status related to HIV.

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Wikileaks case exposes how draconian criminal law is driving drug-users and people with HIV underground

12/21/2010

The much-publicized arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has had the unexpected effect of highlighting laws that criminalize health status related to HIV.

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JAMA: "The Right to Health"

12/15/2010

Today’s Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) includes an article from Eric Friedman, PHR consultant, and Eli Adashi, MD, PHR Board member.

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