Points to Consider:
Responses to HIV/AIDS in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Ignoring HIV from Healthcare in the Worst AIDS Epidemics
Chapter 2: The AIDS Epidemic Begins, 1900-60
Chapter 3: AIDS Spreads Silently, 1960-81
Chapter 4: Recognizing AIDS in Two Epidemic Patterns, 1981-84
Chapter 5: From First Tests to a Consensus on Risks, 1984-88
Chapter 6a, 6b: Things Go Badly Wrong, 1989-2009
Chapter 7: Not Listening, and not Explaining the Epidemic, 1989-2009
Chapter 8: How much HIV Infection Comes from Blood Exposures?
Chapter 9: Failing to Provide Safe Healthcare, 1989-2009
Chapter 10: How People Can Stop HIV Transmission during Healthcare
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