HIV/AIDS Treatment DrugsBook - 2008
HIV/AIDS Treatment Drugs is a concise, full-color reference guide to the drugs used to fight the AIDS epidemic. It provides a historical context for the battle against AIDS and the development of HIV/AIDS drugs. It discusses different types of drugs, how they work, and how doctors create specialized combinations to increase their effectiveness. It also explains how HIV/AIDS works and how scientists target the virus. Enhanced by eye-catching charts and diagrams and an accessible glossary, this timely book examines the important social and political issues related to treating AIDS and looks at future possibilities for new drugs and a possible vaccine.
Publisher: New York, NY : Chelsea House Publishers, c2008.
Branch Call Number: 616.9792061 K16
Characteristics: 120 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm.