Posted on Monday, December 01, 2014
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome or AIDS is a fatal disease that occurs when the body gets infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). A devastating condition that affects the human immune system, the virus interferes with the immune system, making the person extremely sensitive to infections like tuberculosis and also opportunistic infections and tumors. The symptoms of the infection are referred to as AIDS.
The main goal of HIV treatment is to fight the virus in the body and to do so with minimal side effects. The side effects of this treatment can be cured, but additionally a few things need to be kept in mind:
Today, on World AIDS Day (1st December), let us create awareness about this disease and be a part of the global initiative taken up by the ‘National AIDS Trust’ (NAT).
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