HIV Prevention,
Edition 1 A Comprehensive Approach
Edited by Kenneth H. Mayer and H.F. Pizer

Publication Date: 24 Oct 2008
HIV/AIDS continues to be the pandemic of our times and there has not been a comprehensive medically based AIDS prevention book published in the last 5 years. It is estimated that 36 to 45 million people including 2-3 million children already are infected worldwide and an additional 4-7 million more are infected each year. There are about 6,000 new infections daily and about 12 million AIDS orphans. People receiving AIDS treatments feel well and have no detectable viral load, but still can infect others. And even when a vaccine is found, it will take many years before it can be administered across the developing world.

Key Features

  • Discusses all aspects of AIDS prevention, from epidemiology, molecular immunology and virology to the principles of broad-based public health prevention interventions
  • Special focus on the array of interventions that have been proven effective through rigorous study
  • Identifies new trends in HIV/AID epidemiology and their impact on creating and implementing prevention interventions
  • Incorporates virology, biology, infectious diseases, vaccinology, microbicides and research methodologies into AIDS prevention
About the author
Edited by Kenneth H. Mayer, Brown University, Providence, RI, USA and H.F. Pizer, Health Care Strategies, Inc., Cambridge, MA, USA
Book details
ISBN: 9780123742353
Page Count: 696
Retail Price : £68.50
Mayer & Pizer / The AIDS Pandemic, Dec 2004. HB. 520pp. USD 84.95 /GBP 52.99 /EUR 76.95 STD: 962 (862 US / 100 EMEA).

Mayer & Pizer / Social Ecology of Infectious Diseases, due to pub Aug 2007. HB. 440pp. USD 84.95 / GBP 48.99 / EUR 70.95.

Wormser / AIDS and Other Manifestations of HIV Infection 4th Edition. 2003. HB. 1000pp. USD 264 / GBP 155 / EUR 225. STD: 1,134 (1134 US / 212 EMEA).

Primary: Researchers and specialists in infectious diseases, public and global health, epidemiology, virology, immunology and behavioural sciences working on AIDS/HIV.

Secondary: Health practitioners, graduate students in the above areas, NGOs and foundations.