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HIV and AIDS

A deadly STD, the human immunodeficiency virus causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, a condition which causes the immune system to fail. A pandemic, AIDS kills millions every year.
Its known why and is not a possible reason but fact. Its a naturally occurring genetic mutation. HIV seeks out and uses CD4 the protein that covers the T helper cell that HIV infects. The mutation creates a different protein on the T helper cell that HIV is not able to detect. Without binding to T...
Yes, though it's less likely than if he ejaculates inside her. The HIV virus doesn't do well outside the body. HIV passes most effectively from blood to blood, so there's a good chance this didn't pass the virus. It IS, however, worthy of a test and a chat with your doctor.
    AIDS is a disease that you can not live through without going to a doctor. You will not make it to AIDS without a doctor! Meaning, there is a start a long way before a human gets to AIDS, and they will die before they catch full blown AIDS.
New York State by a longshot. Mainly in the NYC area.
AIDS is transmitted through blood, semen, and vaginal fluids. It is not transmitted through saliva. This means that you can get AIDS by intaking (through mouth, eye, nose, wound, sex, etc...) blood, semen, and vaginal fluids. You should wear latex gloves when dealing with other peoples' blood in...
Answer No. Not yet. But there are many ways to prevent it: Search >HIV AIDS prevention overview facts messages "Ways to Prevent AIDS" report Toronto< Answer Possibly yes, if you consider alternative medicine like Nick Nolte and Magic Johnson and others. Alternative / mainstream offshore HIV AIDS...
  == Answer ==   Practice safer sex, do not share needles and avoid contact with blood.   Safer sex basically means ..   === Penetrative vaginal sex: ===   A condom should be put on (properly) before there is any genital contact.   === Penetrative anal sex: ===   Use a non...
it can be stopped by teaching the people the dangers of this disease, and informing them how not to spread it.
To my knowledge there are only a few species that develop AIDS. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the cause of AIDS in humans. HIV is not able to live in any other animal. Cats and monkeys have a different virus that infects them. We are not able to acquire these viruses because they are...
Yes, you can be born with aids if the mother has aids.
there aren't really symptoms at first. it usually takes anywhere from 5 to 10 years. and the symptoms are usually a flu like sickness.
HIV becomes AIDS when your immune system gets to be a certain weakness.
He has tested positive for the HIV virus. This does not mean he has Aids, but the two have been shown to have a string connection. There are a few cases where the individual has tested positive and not had te virus and vice versa.
If you have HIV a sore throat could last as little as one day to even a few weeks. HIV weakens your immune system that kills different viruses. Since a person with HIV has a weaker immune system it may take longer to heal.
The HIV virus affects the body by attacking certain white blood cells that are part of your immune system. This will cause the destruction of those cells. Without these cells, called CD4+ or T-helper cells, the body is unable to fight off infections.
Their are 40million died from HIV/AIDS in LEDC's.
You got to stay always from having sex with everyboby you see and don't share neddles with somebody else.
The typical ways are airborne, blood borne, vector borne, direct contact and indirect contact.
In terms of statistical risk generally homosexual populations in developed countries as well as drug users are at greater risk. In areas of high prevalence there is a risk to most people who have active sex lives. In practical risks everyone who has any form of sexual contact: Anal, Vaginal, and...
The HIV is a virus and does not perform the bacterial reproduction of binary fission or conjugation in order to reproduce. The only way a virus reproduces is by infecting a host cell.
  Their is not another name for HIV that starts with an R. That said, HIV is a type of retrovirus. That is probably the word you are looking for.
World AIDS Day was first conceived in August 1987 by James W. Bunn and Thomas Netter, two public information officers for Global Programme on AIDS for the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland. World AIDS Day was first observed on 1 December 1988.
HIV is a viral infectionIts a viral disease
There are many long term effects of HIV. They are     weight loss     lipdystrophy     insulin resistance     lipid abnormalities     decrease in bone density     lactic acid osis     complications from medication  
It is probable that the child will get HIV, but it is known to happen where a child does not get the virus.
People with comprimised immune systems are susceptible to all the infections commonly found in the population. They are also able to develop "opportunistic infections."There are a variety of opportunistic infections. A few include thrush, kaposi's sarcoma, pneumocystis pneumonia and cytomegalovirus.
  She was just playing the character. Elise did not die of aids.
It is hard to say whether any person carries HIV or AIDS by looking them. AIDS virus need to be identified from a person's blood by lab techniques. Only the medical report can confirm the presence or absence of an infection.
its aids, its caused by when a guy sticks his WA WA into another guys anus and sperm is released.
  In a word: Kills.
To bring attention to the AIDS virus. Partly because people need to feel like they are doing 'something'.
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)
  ==Australia:==   In the early days, HIV virus was passed on mainly by gay men and intravenous drug users sharing needles. There was a worry that it would get into the prostitute population.     The Australian government gave funding to the Prostitutes Collective who lobbied all the...
  == Answer ==   The best thing you can do is to get good meidcal attention and follow the advice you are given.   When the time comes to take medication, make the taking of this medication the single most important aspect of your daily routine.   Living with HIV isn't easy, but with...
HIV positive workers are not required to report their status to anyone in the United States.
1. Viral attachment: Viral glycoprotein gp120 binds to host receptor. 2. Penetration: Reeptor-mediated endocytosis 3. Uncoating of the viral core (which contains the 2 ssRNA strands and the enzymes) 4. Replication: RT (and RNase H) produces DNA strand, then inserted to host genome via integrase ...
The poverty stricken people are uneducated therefore they do not know the risk of unprotected sex which spreads the disease another factor is sexual violence is large problem here in S.A. so the virus is spread because of this. Hope this helps
on december 17, 1984. he was 13
no simply put no aids/HIV is a progressive disease and is irreversible
Indeterminant means that an HIV test is neither positive nor negative. Typically, if an HIV test is indeterminant, another test will be performed to confirm the results.
There is no such thing as squirrel AIDS. AIDS is a disease that only humans develop.
meal planning affects people due to time because meal planning, we can budget our time more easily and we can have more time for our family.
no, it can be tested for after 3 months of contracting it. Then you will be prescribed. There is still no- known cure.
No. Not in the United States. There are over-the-counter testing kits avialable at some drug stores. The kits are usually expensive and require mailing samples to be processed in a lab. Rapid response tests require training about test delivery, storage and maintenance that would create an issue in...
People are rarely infected with HIV through blood transfusion now. Scientists have not always known what HIV was or how to detect it. During this time, many people were infected with HIV as a result of blood transfusion.Thankfully, now every blood sample collected is tested for a variety of diseases...
HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the virus that causes a person to develop the disease known as AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.) HIV is transmitted through direct contact with infected blood, semen, vaginal fluid or breast milk.When a person is infected with HIV, the virus attacks...
how should a limited amount of an HIV therapeutic oroduct be distributed
The most likely way you would transfer aids to a child from the mother is in utero (When the child is still inside the womb.
HIV does not change the appearance of a person's genitals. The penis looks the same. There are no reliable outward signs or symptoms of infection.
Some drugs have been observed to increase the risk for certain  cancers, but to say drugs cause cancer is a stretch since cancers  can be caused by many things. HIV is not caused by drugs, but can  be spread from person-to-person if IV drug abusers share an  infected needle with someone who...
they don't look to happy the ones that know they have it they try to be the somebody else but they survive if they believe in jesus and god thats the medicine
Because the HIV virus is an adapted form of the AIDS virus. The AIDS virus and the HIV virus are both difficult to treat because they first lower the immune system by destorying important cells in the body such as white blood cells and phagocytes, making it more diffcult to battle the virus and they...
Answer  Kissing, touching, holding hands, sharing towels / soap, contact with sweat, being spat at, using a toilet that an infected person has used, drinking from the same cup etc .. in fact, all of those activities arguably pose a far greater (though still insignificantly small) health risk to the...
  All you need is lots of lots of cash ( shredded and liquified ) injected into your blood stream and it's roughly100,500 dollars. And your cured of HIV Aids.
Chlamydia is curable whether or not someone has HIV.
Individuals working in healthcare may be placed at-risk for HIV infection during occupational exposure. It is important to report incidents immediately when they occur and seek proper medical care.Coming in contact with another person's blood is a risk for a variety of bloodborne illnesses. There...
All countries in the world, with the highest prevalence on the African continent, especially sub-saran Africa
It depends on where you live and what treatments you have access to. If you live in the developed world and have access to antiretroviral therapies then you can live for much longer than if you don't. If you are diagnosed, in the West, at 20 and put straight on medication you can expect to live for...
Because they are 'ripe'
Average life expectancies for HIV positive individuals can vary depending on lifestyle and location. I would encourage you to discuss concerns futher with an HIV specialty medical provider. They will be able to address specific lifestyle changes that can help people with HIV know what choices will...
Unfortunately there are no reliable symptoms that point to a possiblity of HIV infection. Many symptoms that accompany HIV infection are easily missed or misdiagnosed.The only way to know one's status to to be tested. There are many testing options available at area health departments and social...
Only up to a few seconds, maybe only just a few minutes if it is in spilled blood because it needs to be close to body temperature.
Pregnancy and HIV infection can be challenging. It is something best discussed with an HIV speciliast medical provider (Nurse Practitioner/Doctor).
There are no reliable symptoms to use when HIV is concerned. The only way a person knows if they are infected is to get tested. There are a variety of testing options in the United States and abroad. If you are having trouble locating resources feel free to message me and I would be happy to assist.
You're body's immune system (white blood cells )will do all it can to fight to kill itHow ever this virus is smart almost intelligent it mutates (changes) .the change is drastic it begins to fight the one thing it can kill it our immune system so it attaches to the white blood cells and Begin's to...
HIV effects the cells associated with immune function. Over time, a person with HIV may experience an inability to recover from infections due to decreased immune function. Once an individual has reached a certain degree of immune deficiency, they are susceptible to what is known as "opportunistic...
  Yes...they are maddlyyy in LOVE and will always be in Love forever and ever!!!
HIV is not able to live outside the human body for long. Once exposed to air, the virus will die within a matter of minutes.However, in the case of a syringe, the interior is a vacuum and is devoid of air, which means the virus can live longer. The best practice is to avoid using needles unless you...
HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the virus that causes AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome). HIV is transmitted through contact with infected blood, semen, vaginal fluid or breast milk.Having a new piercing that is not healed does increase one's risk for infection. However, in order to be...
The HIV virus was not created. It is believed to be a mutated form  of a virus that exists in the animal kingdom, specifically among  species of primates.
There is currently no vaccine available to prevent HIV infection. There are many antiretroviral medications that help improve the quality of life and extend the life span of those infected with HIV.
The most basic precaution is safe sex. Unless you are married and you know that your spouse has been tested for HIV and is not infected and is not having extra-marital sex, you should consider any person with whom you have sex to be a possible source of HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases,...
HIV, like any other virus, can be destroyed by heat or by disinfectant chemicals.
It is possible to contract HIV through a cut on a finger, but only if the cut comes in contact with an infected bodily fluid.
The same way you would react towards any person with a serious medical condition - with tact, compassion and empathy. With the advent of effective anti-retroviral drugs, many individuals infected with HIV can live quite normal lives (with the addition of a handful of pills several times a day). Once...
No but you can catch the cold.AnswerYou can get mononucleosis from kissing. It is nicknamed the "kissing disease" and the symptoms include fever, sore throat, and fatigue. If you ever think that you may have "mono" you need to see your doctor. Some people have ended up with chronic fatigue that can...
Herpes and HIV are two different viruses, however, it is true that a herpes sore is a possible point of entry of additional viruses.
HIV(Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the virus that causes someone to develop AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.) AIDS is not contagious, HIV is.HIV is transmitted through contact with infected blood, semen, vaginal fluid or breast milk. Any fluid-to-fluid contact with an HIV infected...
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is not transmitted. HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the virus that causes someone to develop AIDS.HIV is transmitted by contact with body fluids; blood, semen, vaginal fluid and breast milk. Many diseases can be transmitted by the same body fluids...
There are no synonyms for AIDS. AIDS means Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.