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HIV / AIDS

Selected Resources Available at the

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100 questions & answers about HIV and AIDS. By Joel Gallant, RC 606.64 G35 2008
MD.
Provides answers to the most common questions asked by patients
with HIV and AIDS, their partners and their family members.
The advocate guide to gay men's health and wellness. By Frank RA 77.8 S6589 2008
Spinelli.
Focusing on prevention, lifestyle modification, and healthcare - a
comprehensive medical guide for gay men.
African Americans and HIV/AIDS: Understanding and Addressing RA643.83 A37 2010
the Epidemic. Edited by Donna H. McCree Ann O'Leary, Kenneth T.
Jones.
The historical, psychosocial, economic, and political issues related to
HIV transmission in the Black community.
Aging with HIV : a gay man's guide. By James Masten. RC606.64 M37 2011
Practical advice for men with HIV who are facing midlife.
AIDS, Culture, and Gay Men. Edited by Douglas A. Feldman. RA644 A25 A33 2010
Anthropologists look at the culture of men who have sex with men
and the social and cultural dimensions of AIDS.
AIDS in America. By Susan Hunter. RA 643.86 H86 2006
Looks at the many ways the US government has failed to control the
spread of the AIDS and we must do to change the future of AIDS.

AIDS: science and society. 5th edition. By Hung Fan, Ross F RA 643.8 F36 2007
Conner; & Luis P Villarreal.
Provides a framework for understanding AIDS, discussing the disease
from both biomedical and psychosocial perspectives.
AIDS, sexuality, and the Black church: making the wounded whole. BR 563 H363 2010
By Angelique Harris.
AIDS Sourcebook. Third Edition. Edited by Dawn Matthews. RC 606.64 A337 2003
Consumer health information for all aspects of HIV/AIDS
AIDS: Taking a Long-Term View. By The AIDS 2031 Commission. RA643.8 A433 2010
A global look at the last 30 years of AIDS and recommendations for
the next 20 years.
AIDS update 2009: an annual overview of acquired immune RC 606.64 S756 A26 2009
deficiency syndrome. By Gerald Stine.
African American women and HIV/AIDS: critical responses. Edited RA 643.83 A35 2003
by Dorie Gilbert and Ednita Wright.
A collection of articles by African American women who are directly
involved with research or prevention.
Biology of AIDS. By Wilmore Webley. RC 606.64 W43 B56 2007
The complete HIV/AIDS teaching kit: with CD-ROM. By Julie RA 643.8 C654 2007 REF
Solomon.
Multimedia teaching kit provides a multidisciplinary approach to
teaching all aspects of HIV transmission, prevention, and treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions About AIDS and HIV. By Richard RC 606.65 R69 2009
Robinson.
Information for teens on AIDS and HIV, including its origins, how it
can be contracted, how it is diagnosed in the body, and how to treat
the disease.
Hay una respuesta cómo prevenir y entender el VIH/SIDA. By Luis RA 643.8 C6718 2006
Cortés.
Explains the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS.
Libro en Español
HIV / 3rd edition. By Howard Libman. RC 606.63 H55 2007
Practical guidance to primary care providers in prevention and
management of HIV, including discussions of special populations,
antiretroviral therapy; opportunistic infections; and common clinical
syndromes.
HIV/AIDS treatment drugs. By Brigid Kane. RC 606.7 K36 2007
An easy to understand overview of the history of the epidemic, how HIV
operates, and the drug treatment to delay the progression to AIDS and
enable those infected with HIV to live longer, healthier lives.
HIV and aging. By Sharon Lee. RC 606.6 H5835 2008
Examines the effects of HIV and HIV medications on older patients.

HIV prevention: a comprehensive approach. Edited by Kenneth H. RA 643.8 H584 2009


Mayer and Hank F. Pizer.
All aspects of AIDS prevention, from epidemiology, biological, and
public health with emphasis on evidence based interventions.
Not in my family: AIDS in the African-American community. Edited RA 643.83 N68 2006
by Gil L. Robertson IV.
Personal essays, stories, and brief memoirs from Black Americans.
Nutrition and HIV. Edited by Vivian Pribram. RC 606.6 .N877 2011
The latest research on how optimum nutrition can increase long term
health in people with HIV,
The secret epidemic: the story of AIDS and Black America. By RA 643.83 L48 S4 2004
Jacob Levenson.
Half the people in the U.S. who are diagnosed with HIV are now African
American. This journalist tells how AIDS has become one of the leading
killers of young Black men and women.
Sobreviviendo VIH/SIDA: guía para Latinos. Eric Goosby. RC 606.64 G66 2006
Written for the newly diagnosed, their families, and their caregivers,
addresses the issues associated with HIV/AIDS, including
understanding symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
Libro en Español.
A Time To Speak: how Black pastors can respond to the HIV/AIDS BV 4460.7 M36 2008
pandemic. By Marvin McMickle.
Tócame sin guantes : consejos para vivir con enfermos de sida y RC 606 A66 2005
otras enfermedades incurables Aponte-Jolly, Minerva.
A sensitive guide to handling incurable illnesses.
Libro en Español
Transgender health and HIV prevention. Edited by Walter Bockting RA 643.83 B63 2005
and Eric Avery.
El VIH y la patogenesis del SIDA by Jay Levy. RC 606.64 L48 V54 2008
Libro en Español
Virus: the co-discoverer of HIV tracks its rampage and charts the RC 606.64 M66 2000
future. By Luc Montagnier.
The Way Forward: The State of AIDS in Black America. By Kai RA 643.83 B54 2006
Wright.
Report from the Black AIDS Institute.
The Wisdom of Whores: Bureaucrats, Brothels, and the Business RA643.8 P57 2008
of AIDS. By Elizabeth Pisani.
A critique of government efforts around the world on AIDS prevention
Women's experiences with HIV/AIDS: mending fractured selves. RC 606.6 C535 2003
By Desiree Ciambrone.
The day-to-day struggles of 37 women infected with HIV.

This is a small sampling of books and resources in our Library. We also have several
movies on HIV/AIDS. Our Library is open to the public and our online catalog can be
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