Africa's health needs and U.S. assistance

Sullivan, Louis W.
June 1991
TransAfrica Forum;Summer91, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p3
Academic Journal
Discusses the health care needs of Africa and areas for United States relief efforts. Problem with HIV infection and AIDS; Sharing of information and expertise among health professionals; Funding education of African physicians as an avenue of interaction.


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