Economic Aspects of AIDS and HIV Infection (Health Systems Research) by Detlef Schwefel
English | Mar 23, 1990 | ISBN: 3540521356 | 364 Pages | PDF | 8 MB
From the early days of its recognized occurrence, AIDS has been per ceived as posing tremendous threats, burdens and challenges to human beings. Individuals, societies and, in a global point of view, mankind are affected by the effects of the HN infection, the nature and extent of which is still unclear in many ways. In the beginning only biomedical and epidemiological analyses of the problem were the top research priori ties, the former laden with great hopes that it may soon be possible to stop the spread of the disease and to overcome its physical impact.