Specifically, HIV attacks T-Cells, a type of white blood
HIV attacks the immune system. This can have consequences for any part of the body but it is not specifically an attack on the feet.
HIV attacks Acquired Immune system.
Acquired Immune System
HIV, the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, is not a cell, since viruses are not cells. HIV is a retrovirus, composed of RNA. It infects white blood cells. This confuses the immune system, causing it to attack itself.
When HIV is first entering the body it is then going to the Immune System.
HIV attacks the immune system of the body by destroying the T helper cells.
HIV attacks the cells in the immune system, and prevents the immune systemfrom attacking invading infections in the body.
The HIV virus attacks the immune system. Specifically it affects Helper T-cells.
HIV attacks the immune system. The name itself tells you when it is written in full form. HIV stands for Human immunodeficiency virus.
The HIV virus attacks the T cells of the immune system, which are the cells that trigger an immune response to a foreign body.
HIV targets the helper T cells, which are a type of white blood cell.
The HIV affects the immune system cells called the T-helper cells.
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Strange question. Yes you can get infected by the penis. But HIV once caught HIV is in your whole body, and not restricted to a single part.
your immune system, the system in your body that is responsible for fighting diseases and infections.