HIV/AIDS in China
Beyond the Numbers
This book presents the history of HIV/AIDS in China, which over the last three decades has been a gripping tale of exclusion and fear, and then, by turns, of involuntary tragedy, cautious experimentation and finally vigorous response. It discusses the occurrence, development and epidemic studies and also introduces China’s policies and measures to conquer this epidemic, offering readers valuable insights into China’s approach to prevention in this field.
AIDS Comes to China.- Selling Blood Spreads HIV.- The AIDS Warriors.- AIDS Policy: China’s Tipping Point.- Finding Those At Risk, China’s Way.- Fulfilling a Promise: Universal Care.- China Takes Charge of a Changing Epidemic.- HIV-Related Stigma and Discrimination in China: A Persistent Puzzle.- Building on the Past, Facing the Future.- HIV in China: 30 Years in Numbers.