Georgia's Prisons Fail to Treat Inmates With Hepatitis C

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | November 10, 2005
Being denied treatment for such a disease -- particularly if a prisoner forcibly contracts it in prison -- could be construed as cruel and unusual punishment, says an attorney with a prisoner rights advocacy group.

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