28 stories of aids in africa is a moving book compiled with stories from 28 africans affected by aids one story for every million individuals with hiv aids in africa beautifully written by canadian stephanie nolen each story was well crafted while not being wordy. In her book 28 stories of aids in africa stephanie nolen tells stories that stop you from totally giving up on humanity from the tireless doctors who treat aids patients to the campaigners who refuse to buy their own medication until it is freely available to all. In 28 stephanie nolen the toronto globe and mails africa bureau chief puts a human face on the crisis created by hiv aids in africathrough riveting anecdotal stories nolen brings to life people involved in every aspect of the crisis and explores the effects of an epidemic that well exceeds the black plague in magnitude a calamity ongoing just a 747 flight away. A trade paperback edition of stephanie nolens 28 stories of aids in africa that was first published last spring by random house canada being released this april 15 is a timely reminder that there are faces and lives that go with each one of those 26 to 30 million people each of them have families had hopes and dreams that are now . Stephanie nolen was the globe and mails latin america bureau chief after years as a roving correspondent that included coverage of the wars in iraq and afghanistan stephanie moved to
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