AIDS: Science and Society
Hung Y. Fan, University of California Irvine California Hung Fan, Ross F. Conner, Luis P. Villarreal
Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Jan 28, 2011 - Medical - 240 pages
AIDS: Science and Society, Sixth Edition provides readers with the most current information available on the biology of the virus and the impact it has on society. The Sixth Edition of this best-selling text provides readers with a solid overview of AIDS from both a biomedical and a psychosocial perspective. The authors cover the molecular and cellular aspects of the virus and the immune system's response to it, and examine epidemiology and its role in understanding HIV and AIDS. The use of understandable vocabulary and clear illustrations, along with updated biomedical data and the most current statistics on AIDS available, makes AIDS: Science and Society an essential resource for students, researchers, and general readers.
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