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HIV pathology

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HIV pathology

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. HIV is usually transmitted through unprotected sex, blood transfusions, hypodermic needles, and from mother to child. Upon acquisition, the virus replicates inside and kills T helper cells, which are required for all adaptive immune responses. There is an initial phase of flu like disease, and after that a latent, asymptomatic stage. At the point when the CD4 lymphocyte count falls underneath 200 cells/ml of blood, the HIV has advanced to AIDS. After the virus enters the body there is a period rapid viral replication, leading to an abundance of virus in the peripheral blood.

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