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answer There is not such a thing as an AIDS virus. It's the HIV virus, and the title AIDS is the high viral load level of HIV infection. The question has been the subject of quite a bit of discussion. Some claim that it was from sexual contact with other species, some of the more paranoid subscribers to conspiracy theories claim that it was from a government attempt to destroy homosexuals. Pick your theory, I don't think AIDS patient #1 is talking.
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Researchers have not been able to identify exactly who was the first person to contract HIV. The best hypothesis is that the virus originated in Africa and has been spreading …worldwide since then. No one knows, nor is anyone ever likely to know, who first had the disease. The virus was identified (and the pathology diagnosed) many years after the first cases were seen.
no puchi did not contract the aids virus from hector lavoe. even in the later years of there relationship, they had still used protection.
Umm I am pretty sure that the first recorded case of aids was on 1981 in the USA
The 3 hurry cases in first aid is Stopped Breathing,Severe Bleeding, and Ingested Poisoning.
In the early 1980s
In primates axist a virus that seems to be identic with HIV but it doesent infect the human celles.his name it is SIV
i think at the time of world war 2
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Yes. No blood type is immune from the HIV virus.
The HIV AIDS virus was first discovered in the United States in 1981. Intially it was called gay-related immune deficiency or "the 4H disease". The AIDS acronym was first use…d in mid-1982.
AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) is a disease involving the immune system weakening, which often results in cancer or other serious diseases. HIV (Human Immunodefici…ency Virus) is a viral infection that, if left untreated, may cause AIDS. HIV was first observed by doctors in America in 1981, but was likely dormant long before that.
Genetic research has shown that the first cases of HIV/AIDS in humans were in Africa in the late nineteenth or early 20th century. AIDS was first recognized by the Centers… for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 1981.
Transfusion of blood from an infected person . From an HIV contaminated needle - (for example: sharing drugneedles or a health care worker getting stuck with a needleprevious…ly used in an infected person) . Unprotected sex with an infected person . From infected mother to child during pregnancy, birth, orbreastfeeding