A new book, HIV/AIDS Treatment in Resource Poor Countries: Public Health Challenges, edited by Drs. Yichen Lu, Max Essex and Chris Chanyasulkit, focuses on HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment strategies. Contributors include researchers from the U.S., Africa, China, and Thailand. Highlights include a foreword by Dr. Gerald Chan and chapters on AIDS treatment programs in China.
Max Essex and Unity Dow kicked off the American book tour of Saturday Is for Funerals in Boston at the Harvard Club on May 17th 2010. The book explores both the science and the personal stories behind the AIDS epidemic in southern Africa.
Max Essex, co-author of Saturday Is for Funerals, and host Florence Koplow
Unity Dow, co-author of the book, and Robert Rothschild
Max Essex and Bayard Henry
Kelesitse Phiri, Julie Henry and Robert Preyor
Barry Bloom, host Beth Martignetti and Heidi Schuster
Unity Dow, Fiseko Musonda and Judy Kelly
Dorothy Ganick and Richard Seder
Max Essex, Unity Dow and Barry Bloom
Phyllis Kanki, Ronald McCaffrey and Elizabeth Essex
Julie Henry introduces the evening’s program with Max Essex and Unity Dow.
Max Essex talks about the establishment of the Botswana-Harvard Partnership.
Unity Dow reads from Saturday Is for Funerals.
Unity Dow and Max Essex at the book signing table
Max Essex signs a book for Charlotte Donaldson as Dorothy Ganick and Pam Shelton look on.
Max Essex with a poster of the book’s cover Photo by Vlad Novitsky
The authors and the hosts: Florence Koplow, Unity Dow, Max Essex, Beth Martignetti and Julie Henry