Why are babies not able to get rid of AIDS?
Babies can get treated at the age of 6 months for HIV/AIDS if the mother has HIV/AIDS. It will get cured within time but there is no guarantee that it won't come back. But because they can get treated when they are so young, the chances of it coming back are very low.
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No, there is no current medication/treatment that can get rid of HIV/AIDS. However HAART (highly active anti-retro-viral therapy) has improved significantly and has the abilit…y to reduce the load of HIV virus to an undetectable levels. As for hopeful HIV patients (Berlin patient), a recent research of bone marrow transplant have yield some success in Germany and the patient had reportedly been cured but further analysis is being done since there was no conclusive proof.. The bone marrow donor has some kind of mutation that prevents the HIV virus from infecting CD4 T cells (Helper cells that is required in activating B cell to produce specific antibodies). However the application is not practical. So in a sense....1 patient has been cured (Disputable) but generally, there are no effective cures up to date.
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Babies with actual AIDS, i.e. who have the disease of AIDS beyond being merely HIV-positive, have a fairly low survival rate without aggressive treatment because they have ess…entially no immune system and are subject to severe infections from pathogens that would not at all bother a person with a healthy immune system.
You can't, although their effects can be minimised by drugs
At present there is no known cure for A.I.D.S. You can't as of right now, but there is medication, sorry. AIDS can't be cured, however you can live a fairly long and healthyli…fe with it depending on your access to medication. You would beprescribed HAART (highly active anti-retroviral treatment) andtreated for any infections acquired whilst the immune system was sodamaged.
By being born to a mother who has AIDS, a baby can get it from the mother, or if the baby has to have a blood transfusion for any reason, the baby can get it that way.
yes, but if you have the baby you should have a c-section it evens the chances of the baby catching aids !
Well once you are HIV positive you can't get rid of it but you cantake pills to expand your life.
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You are not able to get rid of it. It's a disease that kills your immune system. There is no cure, but you can take medications to increase years of living and to decrease sym…ptoms.
Babies get them by the mother already having it and it transfers to the baby.
Right now, in 2011, there is not a medication to cure AIDS.
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if born with hiv antibodies being my mom and dad both had aids they say i dont have it now but can it turn in to aids
There is a high chance that the unborn child will be infected.
Go to the doctor.
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