CHLH 206- lecture 17 - Eyam, Derbyshire 166 barbonic plague...

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April 21, 2011 25,000 cases of cervical cancer each year Gardasil approved in 2006 by the FDA genital herpes HSV2 tingling red/itchy sores fever spread virus after 10 days no cure weak immune system anti-viral to reduce symptoms (Valtrex) STIs--> HIV gateways to HIV 1) herpes 2) bacteria vaginosis 50% of women in East African have HSV2 herpes HIV is responsible for AIDS and attacks the immune system sexual contact IDU/ shared needles mother to child blood transfusions CDC diagnosis HIV test serconversion T-cell count belw 200
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rare cancers (K carcinoma), infections, pneumonia conditions associated infections cancers clinical conditions candidasis AIDS is the “wasting disease” Chimpanzees (1700-1900) Chimp-Human transfer (190) 1st case (1955( confirm disease (1984) Robert R “Patient Zero” born in 1953, died of AISD in 1969 teen sex worker in the midwest proposed route of HIV to the US CONGO--HAITI--NEW YORK attacks white blood cells, no antibodies, injects in the T-cells, immune system attacked
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Unformatted text preview: Eyam, Derbyshire 166 barbonic plague swept England village quarantined themselves for 14 months 25% of the population survived the plague with no symptoms CCRS-Delta 22 10% of Europeans are positive for CCR5 HIV is more common is men than women the gay community 67% of AIDS cases in homosexual men African Pandemic 67% HIV/AIDS in subsaharan Africa entire villages have been reduced by 75% survirors are very young and old Tanzania 19 year old women have a higher rate of HIV/AIDS Injection and Substance Abuse needles drug injection tattoo and body piercings recreation use physiological presence of other STIs behavioral multiple sex partners non injection sexual modes of transmission Anal- rectum tears vaginal- concentrated semen, unprotected sex, exposed vaginal issue oral- less risk you cannot get an STI from kissing unless both partners have sores on their mouths and one is infected...
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2011 for the course CHLH 206 taught by Professor Lucas during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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CHLH 206- lecture 17 - Eyam, Derbyshire 166 barbonic plague...

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