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2021-12-01 13:39:23

        The World AIDS Day is a great opportunity to understand, reduce stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV. It also raises awareness that HIV is not a nasty disease. 


        HIV is a virus that, when entering the body, will cause the patient to have symptoms like a flu. Patients without continued treatment ultimately result in AIDS or a disease that causes the immune system to be destroyed and unable to resist various diseases. So that AIDS and HIV infection not the same disease but only related to the symptoms.

        Condoms are also a good tool for the prevention of HIV infection. For non-infectious risk group should be tested for HIV twice a year.

        Infected people continue to receive treatment, take medication regularly. There are 2 people with HIV have now been reported to have recovered from the disease after receiving bone marrow and stem cell transplants for cancer treatment. This could lead to future approaches to treating people with HIV.