AIDS Treatment

  1. Myths About HIV And AIDS

    There are several concerns and stigmas connected with HIV and AIDS. Misguided beliefs blur people's common sense and generate unreasonable ideas. The viral strain and disorder are quite severe and life-threatening, but current medical research and development have made great strides in the past several years to cut back the disease. This content includes popular myths and truths regarding the Human Immuno-Deficiency Virus or HIV and the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome or AIDS. How You Can Get HIV/AIDS It is not possible to acquire HIV or AIDS by hugging, kissing, or sharing food items. Any kind of regular, day-to-day physical contact is risk-free. A number of people even think pests or insects can easily transmit the infection by biting us, but this is an incorrect idea. Some other HIV and AIDS misconceptions include expecting mothers and their unborn kids. Merely 33 % of HIV positive women transmit the viral... →Continue reading
  2. What Treatment Options Do AIDS Patients Have?

    “Please steer clear! I don’t want to have a close contact with you so I don’t contract this deadly disease that can ruin my life entirely.” Such painful words are what an AIDS patient may likely regard as one of their greatest fears alongside the lack of access to treatment, which is another source of worry. Over time, AIDS patients have been treated with disdain, segregated from society, and go through a great deal of discrimination until modern developments... →Continue reading

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