|Title:||HIV, Resurgent Infections and Population Change in Africa|
|Description:||Forty years ago, the age-old battle against infectious diseases as a major threat to human health was believed close to being won. This followed spectacular improvements in public health measures, such as sanitation, the advent of antibiotics, and insecticides. In addition, with the biotechnology revolution and the discovery of vaccines that helped to eradicate smallpox and control poliomyelitis, measles, diphtheria and other killer diseases, hope was raised that tuberculosis and malaria vaccines would soon follow|
|Appears in Collections:||Education Planning & Management(EDPM)|
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