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Aids in the Modern World, focuses on the biological basis of AIDS and HIV. The book has a simple approach to the topic and enables students to focus on the main points of HIV disease and its impact on society. The text is in an easy to read, well-organized format, yet provides detailed information. It is an appropriate text for undergraduate non-science and allied heath students.
Chapter 1: The Emergence of AIDS.
Chapter 2: HIV and Human Disease.
Chapter 3: The Biology of HIV.
Chapter 4: How HIV Affects the Body.
Chapter 5: The Spreading AIDS Epidemic.
Chapter 6: Preventing HIV Transmission.
Chapter 7: AIDS and Healthcare Workers.
Chapter 8: Diagnosing HIV Infection and AIDS.
Chapter 9: Treating HIV Infection and AIDS.
Chapter 10: AIDS and Society