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AIDS: Facing the Second Decade

by Peter Aggleton

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0750701323, Paperback)

The AIDS epidemic is now in its second decade and the threat posed to the health and well-being of communities worldwide continues to increase. This volume contains the results of some of the most recent research into HIV/AIDS carried out by researchers, health promotion specialists and health educators. It shows that while much has been achieved by workers in the field, there is much yet to be done to inform the world's population about the virus which is impacting more and more on our daily lives. The contributions in this book were first presented at the 6th Social Aspects of AIDS Conference, held at The South Bank Polytechnic in May 1992.

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