Volume 18, Issue 6 (November 1990)
AIDS and Intravenous Drug Use: Future Directions for Community-Based Prevention Research
The scope of this book has clearly defined the problem and, by dissemination of information, will educate the community regarding the characteristics of AIDS. It is hoped that the information herein will help to point the way to community AIDS prevention. The book would seem to be useful especially for students, field workers, and general interest readers. The information provided does not represent new research but presents new ideas as a result of a survey of existing knowledge. The monograph is factual and presents very useful information regarding the relationship of AIDS and substance abuse to social problems. It presents a balanced viewpoint with very little editorial material. The factual information presented will, it is to be hoped, lead to an increase in education and prevention. The book is well written and well organized. It is clear and concise. It points out the tremendous challenge that AIDS presents and stresses the urgency for AIDS pervention initiatives.