AIDS: The Biological Basis: The Biological Basis
Completely updated with the latest findings and data, the Fifth Edition of this award-winning text builds upon the foundation established by the late Edward Alcamo. Dr. Alcamo’s accessible writing style is maintained with completely updated content and extended commentary on current developments. The text provides the necessary background information for students to understand the biology of HIV and AIDS while also providing information on critical epidemiological patterns and research developments.
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The AIDS Epidemic
Viruses and HIV
The Immune System and HIV
Defining and Recognizing AIDS
The Epidemiology of AIDS
Preventing HIV Transmission
HIV Testing and Diagnosis
Treating HIV Infection and AIDS
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