Chronic Experimentation

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The introduction of effective combination antiretroviral therapy for HIV disease in 1996 was commonly narrated as a major event that transformed HIV from an inevitable death sentence into a ‘chronic manageable illness’ – at least for those populations in wealthier countries granted socially and economically affordable access to the new treatments, not to mention the relevant clinical infrastructures to monitor …


Emerging Issues on Transcriptions

The field of HIV/AIDS and global health is in a constant process of emergence. Indeed, it is impossible to conceive of it as a uniform whole: it consists of multiple fields and dynamics that connect only partially – and often unpredictably – to each other. Given the pace of scientific developments and the diversity of local experiences of disease, the …