This collection of essays by some of South Africaas foremost HIV/AIDS writers, doctors, and activists takes readers down the rabbit hole of AIDS denialism when thousands of people died unnecessarily as their treatment became the subject of intellectual debate by politicians. Recounting the democratic, postapartheid government's questioning of the link between HIV and AIDS and the contention of the inefficacy of antiretroviral drugs, this history stands as both a chronicle of the past and a cautionary tale for the future.Well, why did he write the article? What do you do if professors wona#39;t read articles about subjects they write about? What do you do?a#39; a#39;I think he has got the wrong man, a#39; said Sandy (who thought that I was spending rather too much timeanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Virus, Vitamins and Vegetables|
|Author||:||Kerry Cullinan, Anso Thom|
|Publisher||:||Jacana Media - 2009|