Why has AIDS so devastated Africa? Why has western intervention failed? And what is to be done about it?
In a compelling and moving narrative, The Invisible Cure reveals why fighting the African AIDS crisis has been so difficult, despite the investment of millions of dollars over more than 20 years. It explores how corruption, incompetence and a refusal to see or listen to those most affected by the epidemic have done great harm. Above all, Epstein shows that the solutions are perhaps simpler and less costly than we imagine, adnd that they must come from the Africans themselves.