Preventing HIV in Developing Countries: Biomedical and Behavioral Approaches

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Globally, action to prevent HIV spread is inadequate. Over 16,000 new infections occur every day. Yet we are not helpless in the face of disaster, as shown by the rich prevention experience analyzed in this valuable new compendium. "Best pr- tice" exists-a set of tried and tested ways of slowing the spread of HIV, of persuading and enabling people to protect themselves and others from the virus. Individually, features of best practice can be found almost everywhere. The tragedy, on a world scale, is that prevention is ...

Preventing HIV in Developing Countries: Biomedical and Behavioral Approaches 2013, Springer

ISBN-13: 9781475772173

1999 edition

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Preventing HIV in Developing Countries: Biomedical and Behavioral Approaches 1999, Springer, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780306459610

1999 edition

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