Tokyo: Shueisha, 1993. Hardcover. 222p., text in Japanese, very good hardcover in dj, later printing.
The author headed the infectious disease sections of multiple municipal hospitals in Tokyo, including Komagome Hospital, the first to have a dedicated AIDS center. The book's contents cover basic topics such as "What is AIDS," AIDS transmission routes, AIDS and STD, and the AIDS clinic, but also a number of more social questions, including chapters on "the rapid proliferation of heterosexual transmission," "the threat to young women," and "the destruction of the family has begun." A final chapter is written in Q&A format.