Aids at 30 is an excellent and comprehensive history of the aids epidemic during the past 3 decades the author victoria harden works at the national institutes of health nih and is the founding director of the office of nih history because of her position personal contacts and expertise she was able to describe and analyze the critical interplay of the scientific political and social factors that influenced the evolution of the global acquired immunodeficiency syndrome aids . Request pdf on jan 1 2012 victoria harden published aids at 30 a history find read and cite all the research you need on researchgate. In aids at 30 harden draws on this exceptional experience and knowledge to give a crisp and committed run through of aids history in the past 30 years a narrative that she is concerned to emphasise is a history rather than the history hardens forte is the science of aids and its context. Since aids at 30 is oriented toward the layperson a very helpful glossary of terms is included an equally extensive set of notes provides more details on the topics for the interested reader the time from discovery to effective treatment of aids was very short about 15 years different from other epidemics recent advances in molecular biology and medical technology played an essential role
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