Miletich provides a survey of information published between 1983 and 1993. Part One is a chronological listing of information which illustrates how information about AIDS has evolved annually and in which form this information appears. There are, for each year, up to 12 categories, ranging from books to videocassettes, government documents to atlases, conference proceedings to review papers. Selected annotations elaborate on this information. Part Two is an annotated bibliography about occupations at increased risk of contracting AIDS. Part Three consists of appendices. In addition the book contains a list of acronyms, and separate author and subject indexes. With some 1200 items and with its international scope, AIDS provides information accessible to students and researchers from grade school onward. Information about publications devoted exclusively to AIDS, AIDS organizations in various countries, and an AIDS time-line illustrate that this book is intended for virtually any person concerned about AIDS.