Publisher: University of Manitoba Press; 1 edition (May 1, 2012)
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In 1979, Dr. Allan Ronald, a consultant in infectious ailments from Canada, and Dr. Herbert Nsanze, head of clinical microbiology at collage of Nairobi, met in the course of the international health and wellbeing association. Ronald had simply accomplished a winning venture that cured a chancroid (genital ulcer) epidemic in Winnipeg and Nsanze requested him to come back to Kenya to aid with Kenya’s “sexual illnesses problem.” That preliminary invitation ended in a groundbreaking foreign clinical collaboration that will discover serious items within the complicated puzzle that grew to become today’s HIV/AIDS pandemic. In Piecing the Puzzle, journalist and documentary filmmaker Larry Krotz chronicles the attention-grabbing background of the pioneering Kenyan, Canadian, Belgian, and American learn workforce that exposed HIV/AIDS in Kenya, their clinical breakthroughs and setbacks, and their unprecedented thirty-year courting that started a brand new period of world future health collaboration.