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BIOLOGY OF AIDS REVIEW QUESTIONS for MIDTERM 2, WINTER 2005 Since the review session is just the night before the exam, it will be important for you to review these concepts and questions prior to the review session. I will go over them all in an interactive lecture format. EPIDEMIOLOGY 1. What is the definition? 2. What is the cycle of transmission of infectious disease (health triangle), who are the players involved? What needs to happen in order to break the cycle of an epidemic? 3. What are the three major routes of transmission of HIV? 4. What are the two MAJOR strains of HIV and where are they primarily found? Briefly explain the strains and subgroups of HIV. 5. What are the most common issues that dictate areas or countries where HIV is most prevalent? Which country holds 70% of worldwide HIV infections? THE MINORITY OPINION 1. What are two examples of “conspiracy theories” regarding HIV that were proposed by the Harlem AIDS forum? Give some examples of why people might support these kinds of theories? 2.
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2008 for the course BIO 80J taught by Professor Zavenelli during the Winter '08 term at UCSC.

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