Zimbabwe and AIDS Literature Review


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Zimbabwe and AIDS Literature Review
Human immunodeficiency virus(HIV) and the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome(AIDS) that result from it are one of the worst health threats in the world today. However, the epidemic does not affect all countries equally. Some countries are devastated by the epidemic while others are having a more mild experience.
This literature review will look at the situation in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe is a good case because it is in sub-Sahara Africa. Sub-Sahara Africa is the region hardest hit by AIDS. It is interesting because South Africa the most developed country in the region has a profoundly different experience with AIDS then the poor developing countries like Zimbabwe. The heavier impact of AIDS in Zimbabwe can be...
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A. and
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and Sander,
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