Trial Without End

Trial Without End

A Shocking Story of Women and AIDS

Book - 1995
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In 1993, the charming and cultured Charles Ssenyonga stood trial in Canada for knowingly infecting numerous women with HIV -- the virus that causes AIDS.  This is the astonishing, chilling true story of his life and the lives of the women he courted, or the trial that made history, and of the brilliant young scientist whose breakthrough work in DNA "fingerprinting" provided final proof of Ssenyonga's guilt.  It is also a gripping and carefully told story of love and relationships, and of the growing threat of heterosexual aids.
Publisher: Toronto : Knopf Canada, 1995.
ISBN: 9780394280332
Branch Call Number: 364/.142/0971/326/Cal 43a4 01
364/.142/0971/326/Cal 43mb 01
Characteristics: vii, 401 p.


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