[Pdf] (AIDS in the Shadow of Biomedicine: Inside South Africa’s Epidemic)

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AIDS in the Shadow of Biomedicine: Inside South Africa’s Epidemic

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The Bushbuckridge region of South Africa has one of the highest rates of HIV infection in the world Having first arrived in the area in the arly s the disease "spread rapidly and by life xpectancies had fallen by twelve years for men and fourteen years for women Since public "rapidly and by life xpectancies had fallen by twelve years for men and fourteen years for women Since public facilities have increasingly offered free HAART highly active antiretroviral therapy treatment offering a degree of hope but uptake and adherence
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the therapy been sporadic and uneven Drawing on Is xtensive thnographic research carried "out in Bushbuckridge over the course of twenty five years Isak "in Bushbuckridge over the course of twenty five years Isak reveals how the AIDS pandemic has been xperienced at the village level Most significantly he shows how local cultural practices and values have shaped responses to the Lectures On The Fourier Transform And Its Applications epidemic Forxample while local attitudes towards death and misfortune have contributed attitudes towards death and misfortune have contributed have shaped responses to the pidemic For xample while local attitudes towards death and misfortune have contributed to stigma around AIDS kinship structures have also facilitated the adoption and care of AIDS orphans Such prac. ,