Voices in the band also provides a new perspective on how we understand disease and its treatment within the context of teamwork among medical personnel government agencies and other sources of support and patientsdeftly bringing back both the fear and confusion that surrounded the disease in the early 1990s and the guarded hope that emerged at the end of the decade dr ball effectively portrays the grief and isolation felt by both the patients and those who cared for them using a sharp . Voices in the band a doctor her patients and how the outlook on aids care changed from doomed to hopeful susan c ball pages cm the culture and politics of health care work includes bibliographical references and index isbn 978 0 8014 5362 5 cloth alk paper 1 aids disease new york state new york history 2. In 1992 doctor susan c ball began her medical career working in an hiv aids clinic voices in the band recalls her years of working in that clinic from the first years before hiv itself was fully identified through to the years of haart the first real working treatment to keeping hiv positive patients from developing aids and its associated syndromes and infections. Voices in the band a doctor her patients and how the outlook on aids changed from doomed to hopeful by susan c ball 251 pp new york cornell university press 2015 hardcover alkaline paper 2795 isbn 978 0 8014 5362 5 pat fosarelli md dmin 1. Voices in the band a doctor her patients and how the outlook on aids care changed from doomed to hopeful by susan c bell what happened in those years when the prognosis for a patient with hiv went from nearly hopeless to very hopeful topics aids
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