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Why do we need to know about the AIDS An estimated 800000 to 12 million people in the United States are infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus HIV American Social Health Association Unlike many diseases HIV infection and AIDS are preventable and getting up-to-date information is the first step towards protecting yourself Africa and Asia has the most Aids affected patients in comparison from the other continents Countries with a high rate of infection are Uganda Burundi Malawi Rwanda Tanzania and Zambia According to World Health Organization Asia had 1 millian individuals mostly in India and Thailand whose blood had tested positive for the AIDS vius steel 11 In order to increase awareness about AIDS including how dangerous it is we must make sure that every person knows what AIDS is how it is spreading in Asian and AFrican countries and how it is transmit from one individual to other DEFINING AIDS AIDS stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome and HIV means Human immunodeficiency virus A general misconception is that a person who has an HIV positive test has AIDS An HIV person can receive and AIDS diagnosis on the basis of certain blood tests and may not have experienced any serious illness AIDS is the last stage of HIV infection Typically HIV lives in an infected persons body for months or years before any signs of illness appear ASHA 1 AIDS IN THE WORLD HIV patients rates in most of the Asians countries have increased by over 100 since 1994 overall infection rates among the general population remain low in comparison with those in sub-saharan Africa But with 60 of the worlds population even low HIV prevalence rates looks into large numbers of people living with the virus and Asia is expected to be the flashpoint for the global AIDS epidemic in the coming decade There were roughly 65 million Asians living with HIVAIDs at the end of 2000 and
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