Aids Knowledge Tree

The way the Aids virus is Transmitted-(BROKEN LINK) by way of unproteced sexual intercourse with an infected person, by needle-sharing among injected drug users, or , less commonly and now very rarely through transfusions of infected blood or the blood clotting factor. Babies born to HIV infected women maybe become infected before, during, or shortly after birth through breast feeding.

Some of the symptoms-(BROKEN LINK) that an AIDS victim would experience are as follows: dry cough, shortness of breath, fever, weakness, severe diarrhea, headaches, nausea, memory loss or seizures. AIDS normally folllows HIV, and some of the symptoms of HIV are: motor control problems, memory loss, seizures, headaches, confusion, dizziness and mood swings.

Since AIDS is a disease of the human Immune system-(BROKEN LINK) that is caused by the infection of HIV. This is then characterized by severe reduction in the number of helper T- Cells. These cells are the main factor in fighting of infections such as colds or other bacteria caused problems.

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