HIV/AIDS Treatment in Resource Poor Countries
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Rising from an annual Harvard School of Public Health-organized conference held in China, this book covers HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment strategies in resource-poor settings. Includes treatment scale-up, drug resistance, mother-child transmission and more.
1. Prevention of HIV Infection in the Absence of a Vaccine.- 2. Study Report on Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission for HIV+ Pregnant Mothers in the Yunnan Province.- 3. Antiretroviral Treatment Compliance in the Wenlou Village of Henan Province:  A Case Study in Rural China.- 4. HIV/AIDS Treatment and Control in India and the Millennium Development Goals.- 5. HIV Treatment Scale-Up in Africa: The Impact of Drug Resistance.- 6. A Practical Way to Improve Access to Essential Medicines Against Major Infectious Diseases.- 7. When will most AIDS patients in the world have access to effective antiretroviral therapy?
The book focuses on HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment strategies in resource-poor settings. Contributors include HIV/AIDS researchers and public health administrators from the US, Africa, China, and Thailand. Several chapters, written by local health officials, take a close look at AIDS prevention and treatment in China at the community level. Other chapters cover issues of treatment scale-up, drug resistance, and mother-to-child transmission in Southern Africa and Thailand, and offer lessons
learned for researchers in other developing countries. Overall the aim of this book is to bring some of the latest issues to the fore, and to foster exchange and collaboration between AIDS researchers in developing countries. This book grew out of an annual conference held in China and organized by the Harvard School of Public Health, and could possibly become the first volume of a series.