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  • Hiv / Aids And Aids

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    Just about two decades ago, HIV/AIDS pandemic was the only thing that is mentioned in social media (Gus “Introduction to HIV/AIDS”). Proved to be originally from Sub Saharan Africa (S.S Africa) region, HIV/AIDS has spread throughout not only the S.S. Africa, but it eventually becomes the global disaster in the late 20th century (Gus). HIV/AIDS has gained attention from the media when the death many patients by the new emerging disease is reported in Europe and US (Satpathy 27). However, these cases

  • Aids : Hiv / Aids

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    Oliver Au Yong Global Health 101 Section AJ – Xiaochen Dai 3/8/15 Global Fund Assignment # 7 Country: Ghana Disease: HIV/AIDS Section 1: Introduction Originally Ghana was a country that had strong Republican views upon obtaining independence in 1950’s but it was followed by years of instability due to tension between ethnic groups that only grew due to military power and the government’s inability to prevent a declining economy (Chazan). These events of the early history of the country lead

  • Hiv / Aids And Aids

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    HIV/ AIDS affects many people in the world. One of the many places that have the highest HIV/ AIDS epidemic is in South Africa. South Africa has one of the highest prevalence of HIV/ AIDS in the whole world. There are 6.3 million people living with HIV/AIDS in South Africa. There is a 19.1% adult HIV/AIDS prevalence, 340,000 new infections, 200,000 AIDS related deaths, and 42% adults on antiretroviral treatment. South Africa has the largest antiretroviral treatment program in the world. There are

  • Hiv And Aids : Aids

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    HIV AND AIDS It is hard to think of a place that HIV and AIDS is more drastic in Africa than in the Sub-Saharan part of Africa. Whereas, you hear that HIV AND AIDS is common in low and middle income countries and Sub-Saharan Africa in one of them. Uganda and South Africa is recognized for having the largest population of people living with HIV and AIDS. Most project, conference or debaters have visualized that the reasons for the widespread of HIV and AIDS is sexual transmission and

  • Hiv / Aids And Aids

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    surprise HIV/AIDS is still one the most deadly disease that is still threatening a large population of human life, and there is no complete cure yet at the moment. Based on the most recent WHO (World Health Organization) data, approximately 35 million people are living with HIV/AIDS at the end of 2013, and remarkably more than 23 million people in sub Saharan Africa experience the most severe HIV/AIDS epidemics. Despite the fact there are still a large population of people living with HIV/AIDS in the

  • Hiv And Aids : Aids

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    HIV & AIDS Ofcource you have heard about HIV and AIDS many times, but many of you don 't know the basics about them. AIDS is the abbreviation of acquired immune deficiency syndrome. AIDS is caused by a virus named HIV. HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus. Its mechanism of action is that it breaks down the immune system i.e. our body 's natural defence system against disease. HIV make people so deficient in immunity that even minor quantity and weak oganisms become capable to cause disease

  • The Epidemic Of Aids And Aids

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    AIDS AIDS, also known as (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) is definitely one of the most deadliest disease that has hit the Earth in all of human existence. With all the medicine that can help a person with this disease they still haven’t cured it. The ways that the AIDS cells can reproduce different kinds of AIDS cells, and plus the ways that a person can get the disease. These reasons are why AIDS are so far incurable for humanity. AIDS is a medical condition that a person has when their immune

  • Aids, Hiv, And Aids

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    AIDS and HIV in Africa Picture this: a young child who is very skinny, ribs and all other bones are showing through the skin, they are born with HIV. it then leads to AIDS, due to their parents. HIV is a Human Immunodeficiency Virus. If HIV is left untreated, it can lead to AIDS, which is an acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. In Nigeria, Africa millions of people have the disease of AIDS and HIV. There is not many treatment options or solutions for this serious issue that takes place all over the

  • Hiv / Aids And Aids

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    living with HIV/AIDS. In Swaziland, 42 per cent of women attending antenatal clinics are infected, with similar rates found elsewhere in the region. Many children are affected by the disease in a number of ways: they live with sick parents and relatives in households drained of resources due to the epidemic, and those who have lost parents are less likely to go to school or continue with their education.Studies in the regions of Southern Africa and South-East Asia have found HIV/AIDS to negatively

  • Aids : The Problem Of Aids

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    Although advancements in AIDS research have continued over the past 2 decades, the misconception that people can contract the AIDS virus from sharing a drink is still prevalent. Aids is a major issue throughout the world and kills many people. One of the problems with aids is that it can kill people. A current solution for aids is there are medicines that people suffering from aids take and these medicines increase a person with aids life span. A future plan for aids is to find a cure so that people

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