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A Line Drawn in the Sand

Responses to the AIDS Treatment Crisis in Africa

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PAPERBACK

$30.00 • £24.95 • €27.00

ISBN 9780674033450

Publication Date: 03/31/2009

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300 pages

8-1/2 x 10 inches

40 color illustrations

Harvard Series on Population and Development Studies

World

  • Preface
  • I. Botswana
    • Introduction: The War Has Started
    • Overview: The Challenge and Response in Botswana
    • On the Frontlines: Dream Team
    • Field Notes: Home Truths
    • Epilogue: Life after Death
    • Photo Essay
  • II. Nigeria
    • Introduction: An Endangered Nation
    • Overview: The Challenge and Response in Nigeria
    • On the Frontlines: The Chance of a Lifetime
    • Field Notes: The Burden of Proof
    • Epilogue: A Gift of Time
  • III. Senegal
    • Introduction: The Magic of Realism
    • Overview: The Challenge and Response in Senegal
    • On the Frontlines: A Bearer of Gifts
    • Field Notes: A Mine of Information
    • Epilogue: Strong medicine
    • Photo Essay
  • IV. Tanzania
    • Introduction: Touched by a Ghost
    • Overview: The Challenge and Response in Tanzania
    • On the Frontlines: Life Support
    • Field Notes: A Power of Good
    • Epilogue: The Bridge of Goodwill
    • Photo Essay
  • V. The Virus
    • Overview: HIV Variability in Africa
  • Afterward
  • Editors and Contributors
  • Acronyms
  • Acknowledgments

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