Louise Binder is a Canadian lawyer who was diagnosed with HIV in 1993. Due to her disease she was forced to retire from work in 1994. She has been co-chair of the Toronto People with AIDS Foundation, and vice-chair of the regional organisation Voices of Positive Women
Compulsion versus compassion: HIV treatment for women and children
Alice Welbourn and Louise Binder consider whether the new World Health Organisation treatment guidelines for women...
Criminal law: HIV and violence against women
Recent court decisions in Canada on HIV non-disclosure are bad science, bad public health policy, and bad medicine...
No test, no arrest: criminal laws to fuel another HIV epidemic
"It is a terrible irony that we have come to a place where the medications we fought for will allow us to live a...