by Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D

International programs are focused on the wrong issues when it comes to fighting AIDS. The basic problem lies in promiscuity and concurrent partners.

Amid reports that the United Nations has been grossly overestimating the scope of the global AIDS pandemic, a new book points to what may be an even greater miscalculation: AIDS relief efforts have failed to understand the crucial role of family and community networks in controlling the disease.

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