HIV/AIDS: Questions for Consideration and Discussion To what extent do you feel that there is a moral obligation on rich countries to help respond to HIV and AIDS in the developing world? The HIV epidemics in Europe and America are driven by different dynamics compared to those in sub-Saharan Africa. Why do you think this is the case? If you were in charge of responding to HIV and AIDS in the developing world--would you put your money into treatment or prevention? What percentages would you allocate? AIDS is often seen as one of the first diseases of globalization. Do you think it is? What have we learnt in responding to HIV and AIDS that may have implications for other global diseases? Can legislation help prevent the spread of HIV?
Packed with statistics and handy explanations of science. It won't make you an expert. But you'll know what you're talking about and you'll have a better idea of all the work we still have to do to wrestle this monster to the ground. Aids-free world website. An essential read... Readers will gain understanding of the medical, social, political and ethical issues involved in this tragic epidemic. AIDSportal Website