Dr. Arthur J. Ammann '62, author of the recently published, Lethal Decisions: The Unnecessary Deaths of Women and Children from HIV/AIDS, will be on campus on Thursday, September 14 for a discussion and Q & A of the book. This is a topic that Dr. Ammann researched and advocated for since the 1980s.
The event is open to all and will be held in Jubilee Hall - 4th Floor Atrium.
RSVP to Sheresia Mitchell at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Ammann is a pediatrician, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, researcher, advocate, and philanthropist. Hear his first-person history of the successes and failures of the global response to the unprecedented pediatric HIV/AIDS pandemic. His book chronicles the interactions of the pediatric HIV/AIDS community—physicians, regulatory bodies, governments, researchers, and activists—over three decades, providing behind-the-scenes, first-hand accounts of pivotal moments in the pandemic, starting with the discovery of AIDS in a handful of infants in 1982 and continuing through the remarkable scientific breakthroughs in prevention and treatment during the 1990s.