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 9/15/10 Description HIV/AIDS is one of the most deadly and world known  diseases to this day Over 30 million people are living with HIV/AIDS all over the  world and this disease is continuing to wipe out more and  more people, because we have no cure. HIV is how the disease starts and how you can get HIV  through unprotected sex or by sharing needles or other  equipment used to inject drugs Once you get HIV you can develop AIDS, HIV becomes AIDS
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 9/15/10 Description continued If you have less than 200 CD4+ cells or if your CD4  percentage is less than 14% you have AIDS AIDS-related symptoms can include serious weight loss,  brain tumors and many other health problems AIDS is very different with each person; some people can  die in a few months after getting infected, but most tend to  live fairly normal lives for many years.
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