'Using vivid accounts from global frontlines, she shows how political correctness and backward ideology have helped AIDS spread.'
A fascinating and revelatory account...Pisani's style cuts through the jargon. -- Observer
Elizabeth Pisani's book packs a greater punch... the epidemiologist and ex-AIDs consultant's colourful anecdotes ... serve her cause well.
-- The Economist
Gripping and surprisingly entertaining account of the waste, fraud and jaw-dropping arrogance of the Aids industry. -- Sunday Times
Her book has freshness, charm and innocence, reminding us of the core elements...at the heart of this epidemic. -- Irish Independent
Her pursuit of the sexually extreme and her fluent prose make for an absorbing read.
About the Author
Elizabeth Pisani studied Classical Chinese at Oxford, and started her life as a journalist, working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters, the Economist and Asia Times. She has also written for the International Herald Tribune, the Financial Times, and other publications. She has a London MSc in Medical Demography and a PHD in Infectious Disease Epidemiology. She has worked in the field of HIV prevention for a decade, for organisations including UNAIDS, WHO and Family Health International.