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AIDS in the Twenty-First Century

Disease and Globalization

  • Authors
  • Tony Barnett
  • Alan Whiteside

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Introduction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 3-23
    3. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 24-62
  3. Susceptiblity

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 63-63
    2. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 65-97
    3. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 98-123
    4. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 124-156
  4. Vulnerability and Impact

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 157-157
    2. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 159-181
    3. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 182-195
    4. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 196-221
    5. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 222-241
    6. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 242-270
    7. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 271-294
    8. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 295-315
    9. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 316-346
    10. Tony Barnett, Alan Whiteside
      Pages 347-365
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 366-416

About this book

Introduction

Essential reading for social and medical scientists and all those interested in infectious diseases and public health, AIDS and the Twenty-First Century examines the social and economic origins and impacts of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. HIV/AIDS is not only a medical problem. It is an indication of the scale of the global crisis in public health. Accessibly written, this book is necessary reading for policymakers, students and all those who are concerned about the relationship between poverty, inequality and infectious diseases.

Keywords

AIDS epidemiology health HIV infectious infectious disease infectious diseases poverty

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