This book focuses on the problems HIV patients face—the uncertainties, losses, and the taboos;how they adapt—their new life in “HIV land,” their spiritual beliefs, work and volunteer activities, family relations, drugs and sex, and denial psychology. The book is not only a humanizing antidote to statistical studies but important in understanding the individual dramas of those who are affected. The author has brought out honesty in these people that is both moving and uplifting.
Author : Robert Klitzman
Publisher : Ivan R. Dee
No. Of Pages : 244
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