Shattered dreams traces the south african aids epidemic from the early 1980s to 2006 examining its evolution from a disease that primarily affected a relatively small number of homosexual white men to a pandemic that has impinged on the lives of almost six million people primarily black heterosexual men and women gerald oppenheimer and ronald bayer movingly and incisively tell the story through first person accounts of the doctors and nurses who have treated and continue to treat hiv and . Shattered dreams an oral history of the south african aids epidemic gerald m oppenheimer ronald bayer 9780195307306 amazoncom books shattered dreams. This book is an oral history of how committed doctors and nurses in south africa struggled to ride the tiger of the worlds most catastrophic aids epidemic based on more than 250 hours of interviews with almost 90 physicians and nurses black indian and white gay and heterosexual it seeks to capture the understandings of these health care providers as they confronted indifference . An oral history of the south african aids epidemic shattered dreams is an oral history of how physicians and nurses in south africa struggled to ride the tiger of the worlds most catastrophic. Shattered dreams an oral history of the south african aids epidemic item preview remove circle share or embed this item embed embed for wordpresscom hosted blogs and archiveorg item description tags want more advanced embedding details examples and help
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