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AIDS Its Effect on People and Society When AIDS was first discovered there was lots of confusion on what the real deal with it was People didnt have much of a grasp on where it came from the effects on the persons body that it caused how it was transmitted to others and if in fact there was any possible way to cure the deadly disease Recently a 23 year old man by the name of Jason Robertson had died from aids this year In his childhood since people didnt have much knowledge about AIDS he was discriminated against and kept away from people outside his family including his teachers and classmates for fear of him spreading the disease In present times we have much better knowledge on AIDS than we did in the past The development of AIDS most likely took place in the 1940s and 1950s but went by unnoticed because the common people of that time period thought the person died of natural causes AIDS has been discovered to have been started from a pack of a certain Grey-green monkeys the virus started as simple and non-lethal but it eventually mutated to what it is today HIV-1 and HIV-2 In 1959 a hunter from the town of Kinshasa town in present day West Africa felt ill and went to a local hospital and gave some blood to be tested Scientist who studied the blood found that something was terribly wrong with it but couldnt classify it so it was frozen and wasnt taken another look at until the 1980s when HIVAIDS started to hit hard in the US The blood was in fact infected with the original AIDS virus that originated from the Grey-Green monkey tribe This tribesman infected with the first known case of HIV was a hunter in his tribe who hunted killed and consumed an infected Grey-Green Monkey Most likely 1-2weeks later the man came down with illness but
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