AIDS History AIDS World Statistics Infectivity and AIDS Treatment
What is AIDS? AIDS Viruses degrade the body’s immune system, resulting in disease and complications.
AIDS symptoms:2 to 6 weeks after initial infection, high fever, headache, sore throat, cold symptoms
AIDS has been recognized as an incurable disease in the United States since its first case in 1980. It is not an incurable disease right now. AIDS killed 1.9 million people around the world in 2005, but now less than 1 million. That’s how much medicine has developed.
A course of HIV infection:More than 90 percent of the causes of AIDS are sexual, and AIDS is very important for early diagnosis.
AIDS is no longer an incurable disease.
You must go to the hospital and examine it.