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HIV/AIDS WITH SOCIAL IMPACT

Approximately over 40 million of people with HIV Worldwide. Most with HIV-1 more virulent and widespread. HIV/AIDs has always been one of the most greatly global disease. Human immunodeficiency virus is a virus that attacks cells that help the body fight infection. AIDs is defined as HIV infection with CD4 count less than 200. HIV transmitted through unprotected intercourse, from mother to foetus   (before, during or (after birth via breast feeding) , infected blood products or infection with unsterile needles/syringes. The world still needs more awareness on HIV/AIDS, There is no cure for HIV/AIDs the best we can do to prevent this disease from spreading is to educate and create awareness.


Author(s): Prof. umutoni yvonne

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