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Responding to HIV/AIDS

Tough Questions, Direct Answers

The Skeptic's Guide Series

3rd Edition

by Dale Hanson Bourke
Foreword by Kay Warren

Responding to HIV/AIDS
  • Formats: epub
  • Published: November 28, 2012
  •  In stock
  • ISBN: 978-0-8308-6456-0
  • Item Code: 6456

  • 2013 Midwest Publishing Awards Show Honorable Mention

AIDS is the biggest public health problem the world has ever faced. Yet with all the available information, many of us know little about it. There are thousands of books, websites, and professional documents about AIDS, but it takes time to search them to find the simple facts and information that dispel the myths about this pandemic. Motivated by the obvious need for a manageable tool, Dale Hanson Bourke has compiled the essential information in a simple and straightforward way, explaining medical and political issues in everyday language. Answering the questions the average person asks about this topic, the book is a valuable tool for personal information or group study.



1. The Basics
2. Health Issues
3. Economic Impact
4. Culture and Practice
5. Laws and Politics
6. What Can Be Done?
Selected Bibliography
Recommended Websites

Notable Topics
Three Squabbles That Dominate AIDS Reporting
Five Reasons for Optimism
Major Challenges in Fighting AIDS

Dale Hanson Bourke

Dale Hanson Bourke is president of PDI, a marketing and communications strategy firm. The author of ten books and numerous magazine articles, she often speaks and writes on international development and women's issues. Previously president of the CIDRZ Foundation and SVP at World Relief, Bourke has also served as publisher of Religion News Service and editor of Today's Christian Woman, and was a nationally syndicated columnist. Dale holds an MBA from the University of Maryland and has served on the boards of World Vision US, World Vision International, International Justice Mission, Sojourners, ECFA, and Opportunity International. She currently serves on the board of MAP International and the Center for Interfaith Action on Global Poverty (CIFA).

BY Dale Hanson Bourke