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Wednesday, December 1, 2010


What is HIV and How Does it Relate to AIDS?

Understanding HIV and How it is Responsible for AIDS.

To answer the question what is HIV AIDS, we have to start early in the epidemic. In 1985, scientists discovered the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and with it the question what is aids was answered. HIV is a virus that is transmitted from person to person through the exchange of body fluids such as blood, semen, breast milk and vaginal secretions. Sexual contact is the most common way to spread HIV AIDS, but it can also be transmitted by sharing needles when injecting drugs, or during childbirth and breastfeeding. As HIV AIDS reproduces, it damages the body's immune system and the body becomes susceptible to illness and infection. There is no known cure for HIV infection.
What is AIDS
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or AIDS, is a condition that describes an advanced state of HIV infection. With AIDS, the virus has progressed, causing significant loss of white blood cells (CD4 cells) or any of the cancers or infections that result from immune system damage. Those illnesses and infections are said to be "AIDS-defining" because they mark the onset of AIDS. Like HIV, there is no known cure for AIDS
NOW I SORT WE KNOW ABOUT HIV AIDS. and you have to remember that to day 1/12/2010 is hiv/aids world day you have to help and support affected by this disease and if you fail to do so you are also exploiter at all
... we can prevent hiv/aids if we need
world without hiv its possible...
steven mruma...
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