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The encyclopedia of HIV and AIDS

Author: Stephen E Stratton; Sarah Watstein
Publisher: New York : Facts On File, ©2012.
Series: Facts on File library of health and living.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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"More than 130 articles explain what HIV is and how it progresses to AIDS, what treatments are availible, social and political issues, AIDS organizations, and much more. Also discussed are AIDS statistics from around the world as well as cultural issues in different regions that affect transmission and treatment of the disease."--Back cover.
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen E Stratton; Sarah Watstein
ISBN: 9780816077236 0816077231
OCLC Number: 679924967
Notes: Revised edition of: Encyclopedia of HIV and AIDS / Sarah Barbara Watstein, Stephen E. Stratton. 2nd .c2003.
Description: xiii, 414 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Entries A to Z --
Appendixes. I. Frequently used abbreviations --
II. HIV and AIDS statistics, United States --
III. HIV and AIDS statistics, global.
Series Title: Facts on File library of health and living.
Responsibility: Stephen E. Stratton ; foreword by Edward A. Morales.

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"More than 130 articles explain what HIV is and how it progresses to AIDS, what treatments are availible, social and political issues, AIDS organizations, and much more. Also discussed are AIDS statistics from around the world as well as cultural issues in different regions that affect transmission and treatment of the disease."--Back cover.
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