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Massacre of the Millenium? A Study of the AIDS Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa
. . . With 95% of HIV-infected people living in developing countries, AIDS has become a "disease of Third World poverty rather than First World affluence." No one knows what AIDS will do to the economy and people's quality ...
The HIV/AIDS Epidemic and Poverty: A Human Perspective
The three countries (Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Jamaica) bear testamony to the importance of the health system and provided real world examples of how the AIDS epidemic exploits a nation’s shortcomings on a variety of ...