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HIV/AIDS Treatment and Prevention in India: Modeling the Costs and Consequences (Health, Nutrition, and Population) (Health, Nutrition, and Population Series)
How should governments respond to the increasing domestic and international pressures to finance antiretroviral therapy for AIDS patients? Once prohibitively expensive outside rich countries, antiretroviral therapy is now increasingly affordable, especially in India where patent laws and a dynamic pharmaceutical industry have facilitated the production and marketing of some of the best available drug combinations at prices below a dollar a day. This title projects the future implications of three alternative AIDS treatment financing policies for the health burden of AIDS in India and for its overall health expenditures. The Indian government's 2004 treatment initiative contains elements of all three of these options. Written by an interdisciplinary team of AIDS experts, the book presents new data on the supply and demand for antiretroviral treatment in India and new models of the epidemiological effects and the financial costs of alternative policies. The book shows that the lower prices of antiretroviral therapy, plus the fact that therapy can reduce transmission by the treated patient, imply that such therapy could save healthy years of life at a cost of between $146 and $280 per year. However, these conclusions depend on the assumption that treatment has no effect on risk behavior in key populations which account for most of the epidemic's spread. Sensitivity analysis reveals that multiplier effects due to behavioral responses would overwhelm the direct biological effects of treatment, leading the authors to recommend that India proceed cautiously. Careful monitoring of the population's response to treatment availability should suggest how to maximize the beneficial effects of treatment on risk behavior and to avoid the perverse effects.80% (19)
The Gold Pendant
My mother's greatgrandfather John fought in the Mediterranean War. When the war was over, he was in Turkey, and a gold sovereign was issued in that country to celebrate the new ruler. It was a time of celebration and relief and there was great hope in the new rule. My mother's greatgrandfather took one of the gold sovereigns to a jeweller and had it mounted into a setting of delicately twisted gold. When he returned home to India from the war, he gave the pendant to his wife Anne, who in turn passed it onto her daughter Agnes. The pendant was loaned to a number of women in our family for the weddings, and appears in many photographs over the years. Eventually, my mother Colleen inherited the pendant from her granny Agnes. And, more recently, when my mother died a few years ago, she passed it onto me. John>Anne>Agnes>(Hilda)>Colleen>Celeste"Song of India" Gold and Ivory Hairsticks
These exotic ivory cream hairsticks are crowned with gorgeous aurora borealis crystal rondelles topped with a milk glass flower and a tiny onion shaped freshwater peart with a tiny swarovski crystal "stamen". These floral minarets which are about 1 1/2 inches long cap a pair of blonde, lightly grained wooden hair sticks. Ladies with long or thick hair will be pleased with their generous 7 inch length which not only allows a super firm hold for upswept hairstyles but also lets the pretty crystal ornaments extend to the side and be seen from many angles in the Asian style.
In many South Asian oral traditions, herons are viewed as duplicitous and conniving. These traditions tend also to view women as fragmented identities, dangerously split between virtue and virtuosity, between loyalties to their own families and those of their husbands. In women's songs, however, symbolic herons speak, telling of alternative moral perspectives shaped by women. The heron's words--and women's expressive genres more generally--criticize pervasive North Indian ideologies of gender and kinship that place women in subordinate positions. By inviting readers to "listen to the heron's words," the authors convey this shift in moral perspective and suggest that these spoken truths are compelling and consequential for the women in North India.Similar posts:
The songs and narratives bear witness to a provocative cultural dissonance embedded in women's speech. This book reveals the power of these critical commentaries and the fluid and permeable boundaries between spoken words and the lives of ordinary village women.
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