Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

HIV/AIDS - Contemporary Challenges

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Nancy Dumais
Nancy Dumais

Université de Sherbrooke

Published22 February 2017

Doi10.5772/63251

ISBN978-953-51-2962-2

Print ISBN978-953-51-2961-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-7343-4

Copyright year2017

Number of pages174

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Open access  chapters

1. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection and Cancer

By Lorena Loarca, Joseph A. Fraietta, Vanessa Pirrone, Zsofia Szep and Brian Wigdahl

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3. Anti-Retroviral–Based HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for Women: Recent Advances and Next Steps

By Flavia Matovu Kiweewa, Kenneth K. Mugwanya and Francis Kiweewa

1,760
4. Three Decades of HIV/AIDS Pandemic: Challenges Faced by Orphans in Tembisa, South Africa

By Pius Tangwe Tanga, Princess Khumalo and Priscilla Gutura

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5. Difficulties and Coping Strategies Experienced by Employed People with HIV in Japan: A Qualitative Study Comparing High and Low Sense of Coherence Groups

By Tomoko Omiya, Yoshihiko Yamazaki, Megumi Shimada, Kazuko Ikeda, Seiko Ishiuchi-Ishitani and Katsumi Ohira

1,503
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8. Economic Globalization, HIV and AIDS and Gender Dimensions in the Lesotho Textiles and Garment Industry

By Pius Tangwe Tanga, Haruna M. Bello, Tiisetso J. Makatjane and Tumelo Tsikoane

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