hiv ed human sexuality

hiv ed human sexuality - HIV Education and Prevention...

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HIV Education and Prevention Presented by: Mandee Rowley, MC, LPC Phoenix Shanti Group, Inc
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What does “HIV” mean? H uman – this is a virus that only infects the human population I mmunodeficiency – this is a virus that attacks and suppresses the immune system V irus – cannot be “cured” Being HIV positive means that someone is infected with the virus and tests positive for the HIV antibody.
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What does AIDS mean? A cquired, which means you catch it. I mmune D eficiency, which means your immune system is weakened and can no longer fight off bacteria and diseases. S yndrome, a combination of symptoms that indicates a particular disorder.
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World Health Organization Global Summary of AIDS Epidemic December 2006 Number of people living with HIV/AIDS in 2006: 40 million People newly infected with HIV in 2006: 4.3 million AIDS deaths in 2006: 2.9 million AIDS deaths cumulative through 2006: 20 million
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CDC 2008 Surveillance Report Current U.S. Statistics Over 1 million people infected with HIV 25% of those infected are unaware of status Approximately 56,000 new cases a year; 14, 000 deaths a year to AIDS Every 9 ½ minutes a new infection occurs Ages 35-39 are highest rate of diagnosis New infections are rapidly increasing in ages 15- 25 and 50-65+
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ADHS 2007 HIV/AIDS Annual Report Arizona Statistics Infections on the rise from the previous three years Currently approximately 13,500 cases of HIV and AIDS
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Stats of People Diagnosed in US in 2007
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Transmission of HIV HIV is transmitted by contact with one of four body fluids:
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2011 for the course PSY 222 taught by Professor Lee during the Fall '09 term at ASU.

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