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Encyclopaedia of AIDS (In 7 Vols.)

G.C. Satpathy (Editor)
Synopsis There is no controversy, whatsoever, over the enormity of problems in relation to HIV and AIDS on the social, clinical, public health and on the economic frontiers. Globally, since the first AIDS case was detected in USA in 1981, the HIV/AIDS epidemic continues its expansion across the globe with approx. 16000 new infections a day. The most rapidly spreading virulent virus infection and its related syndromes are yet the most misunderstood issues in Science. With numerous research material, documents surveillance and study reports from all over the world, a compilation of the facts and figures in the form of an encyclopaedia is need of the time. Readers may send their opinions, comments, and to the Editor on the subject for incorporating in the future editions. Their contribution will be duly acknowledge by me.
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About the author

G.C. Satpathy

Dr. G.C. Satpathy belongs to new millennium genera of popular science writers and editors, with numerous articles in English, Hindi and Oriya, and five books to his credit. Professionally a Physician and associated with Central Reserve Police Force since three decades, Dr. Satpathy is recipient of Pt. Gobind Ballab Pant Award and President's Police Medal. His popular books are Healthcare in Indian Police Forces (also in Hindi), Aids Transmission: Challenges in the New Millennium, Modern Biology, Micro and Nerobiology, etc. He is currently posted in the Base Hospital of CRPF at Guwahati, Assam.

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Title Encyclopaedia of AIDS (In 7 Vols.)
Author G.C. Satpathy
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178351129
length 293p.; 357p.; 333p.; 310p.; 377p.; 337p.; 350p., Tables; References; Index; 23cm.