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T Cells in HIV

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T Cells in HIV

In human immunodeficiency infection (HIV) - 1 disease, T-cell turnover was proposed to cause exhaustion of lymphocyte generation and thus improvement of AIDS. AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) is caused by HIV (Human Immuno deficiency virus). HIVbelongs to the family retrovirus, that attacks the human immune system especially CD4 cells (T cells), CD4 cells helps the immune system to fight against infections. HIV is transmitted through body fluids like blood, semen, vaginal and rectal fluids and breast milk. HIV do not  spread through skin-to-skin contact, hugging, shaking hands, or kissing, Air or water, Sharing food or drinks, including drinking fountains, Saliva, tears, or sweat , Sharing a toilet, towels, or Bedding Mosquitoes or other insects. The natural life of a person with AIDS is about to three years. Approximately 1.1 million people of Americans are presently suffering with HIV. Of those people one in five they doesnt know they are infected with HIV virus.

When the number of CD4 cells falls below 200 cells per cubic millimeter of blood (200 cells/mm3), and are considered as move to AIDS. Without the treatment of disease the life span of person can be for three years. The Symptoms of AIDS includes: Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, and Oral, a fungal infection in the mouth or throat Cytomegalovirus (CMV), a type of herpes virus, Cryptococcal meningitis, a fungal infection, cryptosporidiosis, cancer and lymphoma.

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