Hiv aids a very short introduction studies what is without doubt the worst epidemic to hit humankind since the black death despite rapid scientific advances there is still no cure and the drugs are expensive and toxic because of controversies and taboos surrounding safe drug usage and prostitution the numbers of people infected continues to rise however it is in the developing world and especially parts of africa that the real catastrophe is unfolding the news is not all bleak though . Hiv aids a very short introduction provides an introduction to aids the most serious human epidemic in centuries tackling the science politics demographics and devastating consequences of the disease the first case was identified in 1981 by 2004 approximately forty million people were living with the disease and about twenty million had died the outlook today is a little brighter although hiv aids continues to be a pressing public health issue the epidemic has stabilized the . Hiv aids a very short introduction is a good book to learn the important facts about hiv aids from the book is filled with a lot of statistical data and many charts it provides an astute assessment of the prevalence and the spread of aids throughout the world it deals with various social political and economic aspects of aids and the . Very short introductions are for anyone wanting a stimulating and accessible way in to a new subject they are written by experts and have been published in more than 25 languages worldwide the series began in 1995 and now represents a wide variety of topics in history philosophy religion science and the humanities over the next few years it will grow to a library of around 200 volumes
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