AIDS: An Incredibly Easy Miniguide
Springhouse Corporation, Jan 1, 1999 - Medical - 144 pages
AIDS cripples the immune system, leaving patients vulnerable to opportunistic infections and cancers. Readers will find incredibly understandable explanations for the complexities of AIDS, such as how white blood cells are affected by the AIDS virus, opportunistic infections that debilitate HIV-infected patients, the newest drug treatments now available. Information is communicated in the unique "Incredibly Easy" style.
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