AIDS in the world
The Pandemic: By the year 2000, 38 to 110 million adults may be HIV infected--an effective response can make the difference. The Challenge: The gap between the pandemic and the current response is growing rapidly. The world needs a new approach--A New Health Strategy for AIDS.Cumulative HIV infections as of January 1, 1993: 19.5 million.
This poster lays a line chart of the global HIV infection rate over a map of the world. The map lists regional infection rate statistics above corresponding global areas.
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--Government policyAIDS (Disease)--ResearchHIV infectionsMapsPublic health
The Global AIDS Policy Coalition, Harvard School of Public Health
61.0cm x 81.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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