It is certainly true that, when reading the UNAIDS statistics, Svalbard seems to stand out as having no reported cases of HIV and AIDS; but this probably is not as strange as it may at first seem. What isolated statistical facts like this fail tell you is that Svalbard is an isolated Arctic archipelago with a population of only around 2,400 people (a large proportion of whom are only temporary residents, with a permanent residence elsewhere in Norway or Russia). Even if Svalbard had exactly the same prevalence of HIV as the rest of Norway (of which it is a part), then you would statistically only expect to find less than one person there who was living with HIV. If just one person there became infected with HIV, then Svalbard would suddenly stand out as having a higher prevalence of HIV than the rest of Norway. You may also want to consider whether or not a person with a chronically weakened immune system would actually choose to live permanently in a remote place with very limited medical facilities, average summer teperatures of just 5 degrees Celsius (41 degrees Fahrenheit) and where most employment opportunities are in the physically demanding industries of coal mining and fishing. I certainly would not.
No you can not get AIDS before HIV No you can not get AIDS before HIV
HIV is the cause of AIDS. Aids is after HIV.
The importance of studing hiv and aids The importance of studing hiv and aids
No he does not have aids or hiv.
NO HE DOES NOT HAVE AIDS or HIV
anybody can get HIV and then move on to aids.
There are no vaccinations for HIV or AIDS.
No; HIV causes AIDS.
There are no advantages of HIV AIDS.
No HIV develops into AIDS
Correct...HIV can lead to AIDS and AIDS can only be caused be the HIV virus.
HIV is an early form of aids. Every one who has AIDS had HIV at one point.
Yes. HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. Just because someone is HIV+ doesnt mean they have developed AIDS. However, if someone has an AIDS diagnosis, they are HIV+.
HIV is the virus that causes AIDS.
No, HIV is the virus which can cause AIDS
HIV is a virus; AIDS is a disease.
You can get HIV from someone that has AIDS or the HIV virus. HIV is the dormant virus that causes AIDS. Some people may never get AIDS but have HIV their whole life
HIV is a virus. AIDS is a diagnosis. HIV is contagious and causes a person to develop AIDS. AIDS is not contagious and only occurs in people who are HIV+.
aids is an hiv: human immunodeficiency virus. and hiv is an std.
You can only get HIV/AIDS by having intimate contact with someone who has the HIV virus and/or AIDS, or by a transfer of blood or other body fluid, such as a stab from a contaminated needle. AIDS is "Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome," which is caused by the HIV virus. See the link below for further information. It is very possible to get HIV from someone who has HIV. The only way to get HIV is from someone who has HIV or by transfer of contaminated blood. HIV is different than AIDs because HIV (the virus) causes AIDs (the condition). Sometimes a person can have HIV and never have AIDs, but it is not possible to have AIDs without HIV.
No HIV,the virus that causes AIDS. But HIV and AIDS are not one and the same.
No; herpes will not turn into HIV or AIDS.
A scratch can not cause HIV or AIDS.
As HIV infection progresses, it turns into AIDS.
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