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By Dr. Victor G. Daniels BSc, PhD, MB, BChir, Dip. Pharm. Med. (auth.)
Within eighteen months of the guidance of the 1st variation a lot has occurred within the AIDS box. The quantity affected are nonetheless increas at an alarming price - those at the moment are (at December 1986) virtually ing 30000 instances within the usa and over six hundred situations within the uk. all over the world the AIDS pandemic is a such a lot severe illness chance and now impacts over eighty international locations. it truly is expected that for each AIDS sufferer there are approximately 50 different folks contaminated with the AIDS virus. AIDS threatens each kingdom and each society. the most pre ventative measures of future health schooling to avoid the unfold of AIDS has to be taken through hundreds of thousands of people helped through governments and voluntary enterprises. what's transparent is that AIDS and AIDS comparable stipulations can be with us, in our hospitals and in our com munities for a few years to return. it's been good verified that the agent that motives AIDS is a plague referred to as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). humans can capture HIV via sexual touch or through contaminated blood from contaminated needles and syringes, from contaminated mom to unborn baby, or remedy with infected blood or blood products.
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AIDS: The Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome by Dr. Victor G. Daniels BSc, PhD, MB, BChir, Dip. Pharm. Med. (auth.)