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Armaine D. Arenal / BSA – I


I. Title: HIV / AIDS Date: December 10, 2011 Name of speaker: Darius Umande

II. Overview of the topic

As I have learned from my past lessons in high school and elementary, HIV which stands for human immunodeficiency virus is a kind of virus, specifically lentivirus, that causes the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome better known as AIDS. As what our high school teacher taught us, HIV can be transmitted commonly from person to person by having an unsafe sexual intercourse with an infected person whether anal, oral or vaginal sex, through blood transfusions from the contaminated needles, and the
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Of course I don’t like to be someone who has this kind of virus, syndrome or infection. And maybe I won’t be able to apply into a good job if I have AIDS, or maybe I could not, at all. I was really disappointed about the cases of people having HIV. The percentage of people here in our country is already overwhelming and it might get higher after some time if we won’t take action about it. The best thing to do is to be a lot more careful, to be twice more aware, and to control ourselves from having unsafe sex. People should get rid of temptation and people should think wisely. Additionally, people should always get a regular check – up to test whether they already possess AIDS, then if yes, it should be treated immediately. If no, better.

IV. Lessons Learned

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome developed from Human Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV) is a disease of the human immune system. ADIS is the serious final stage f HIV. It carries nonspecific symptoms. HIV is a slow virus that thrives on living human cell, attacks the immune system by making his/her body susceptible to infections such as pneumonia and tuberculosis. HIV can be transmitted into many ways such as vaginal, oral or anal sex, blood transfusions, contaminated needles or indirect contact through solid particles, exchange between mother and baby during pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding.

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