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Click to edit Master subtitle style  11/8/10 An overview of HIV/AIDS statistics By: Ladene Nelson Love in the time of
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 11/8/10 The Human Immunodeficiency Virus  (HIV) is the virus that leads to AIDS.  HIV belongs to a subset of  retroviruses called lentiviruses (or  slow viruses), which means that there  is an interval -- sometimes years --  between the initial infection and the  onset of symptoms. HIV DEFINITION
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 11/8/10 AIDS  (acquired immune deficiency  syndrome) is the final and most  serious stage of HIV disease, which  causes severe damage to the immune  system. Aids definition
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 11/8/10 aidS Awareness
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 11/8/10 Aids: the beginning
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 11/8/10 CDC:  1 million(+)  people are  living with HIV in the US 1 in 5  (21%) of those people  living with HIV is  unaware  of  their infection 56,300  Americans becoming  infected with HIV each year More than 18,000 people with  AIDS still  die  each year in the  US  United states
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2010 for the course KIN 2003.001 taught by Professor Gentry during the Fall '10 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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