not have intercourse with someone who already aids or use contraception and go to your local GP and ask for an injection.
There is no cure. Prevention is to avoid all sexual and/or blood contact with any person who has the disease.
Juvenalis Baitu Rwelamira has written: 'AIDS pandemic in East Africa' -- subject(s): AIDS (Disease), Moral and ethical aspects, Moral and ethical aspects of AIDS (Disease), Moral and ethical aspects of Safe sex in AIDS prevention, Prevention, Safe sex in AIDS prevention
Blood test-full spectrum for stds. You can usually get these free, they are done for aids prevention but screen all.
To prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS have safe sex! wear a condom. Safe sex no regrets.
The concept of a World AIDS Day originated at the 1988 World Summit of Ministers of Health on Programmes for AIDS Prevention
No No, to get AIDS you must have physical contact with another person who has AIDS. You cannot get AIDS if you did not have physical contact with another person who has AIDS. Hope this helped !
No. But Tom and his brother have designed T-shirts that helped raise money for AIDs prevention groups.
Robie Siamwiza has written: 'A situation analysis of policy and teaching HIV/AIDS prevention in educational institutions in Zambia' -- subject(s): Prevention, HIV infections, AIDS (Disease)
Don't have sex with someone who has AIDS. There's always a risk if your partner has AIDS, there's not 100% prevention by any means.
AIDS was first recognized by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 1981.
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AIDS was first reported June 5, 1981, in the United States at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention .