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Didier Fassin is Professor of Sociology at the University of Paris North and Director of Studies in Anthropology at the École des hautes etudes en sciences sociales in Paris. He is the Director of CRESP (Centre de recherche sur les enjeux contemporains en sante publique) and, until 2003, was vice president of Doctors without Borders. Among his books are Pouvoir et maladie en Afrique, L'espace politique de la sante, Les enjeux politiques de la sante, Des maux indicibles and Faire de la sante publique.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
AIDS (Disease) -- Social aspects -- South Africa.
AIDS (Disease) -- Political aspects -- South Africa.
AIDS (Disease) -- Government policy -- South Africa.