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Origin of HIV • What determines if a person has AIDS – One of 23 illnesses – If not included it is not counted – 50 states require reporting of AIDS cases but only 28 states require physicians to HIV cases Determining who is Infected • A planned study to randomly sample people in the U. S. was abandoned because people refused the test • Random sampling is the most reliable method but it is not done
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Unformatted text preview: – It would permit comparisons between the two groups • Some people die shortly after being infected and others (13%) have lived disease free for 25 years • Cofactors are anything that would compromise the immune system: tanning beds, diet, exposure to hazardous materials or pesticides • Dilemma in who gets HIV—many factors involved...
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