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The History of AIDS

Summary: Describes how a disparity in funding and research, religious beliefs, and politics plays a role in the number of people affected by HIV/AIDS in developed and developing countries.
Throughout the years, many diseases have plagued mankind. Often, one forgets the past and focuses instead on the present. AIDS is prominent in many societies. It is not a problem that can be cured by bloodshed, or a contract. However, AIDS is one of the fastest spreading diseases...and it kills. It is speculated by most scientists that AIDS was transferred from animal to human. Specifically, a Green Monkey, a species that is infected with SIV (Samisen Immunodeficiency Virus). The hypothesis generally made is that a person ate one of these monkeys and became infected. Still, the origin of AIDS is vague and baffling.

In 1981, on June 25, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control released a report regarding patients experiencing a high fever, weight loss, and lung infections. These symptoms are now known as typical characteristics of HIV/AIDS. It was later discovered that these individuals were among...

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