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Summary: Explains the AIDS virus. Describes the various stages of infection. Explores the effects of AIDS on the American culture. Debunks common myths about the disease.
AIDS is one of the world's greatest leading causes of death. Today it is one of the world's most well known diseases and most feared. AIDS knows no race, age, or gender. One will be provided with information on exactly what AIDS is, the stages of HIV, the differences between HIV and AIDS, the knowledge of AIDS in the early 80s, and the knowledge of AIDS today. One will also come to know how AIDS can be contracted, treated and how it can be prevented.

What is AIDS? AIDS, which stands for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome is a viral infection that is developed in the last stage of HIV. HIV or human immunodeficiency virus infects key cells in the human body called "CD4 positive T-cells"( Chipps 2). These cells fight infections and various cancers. When HIV invades the body's CD4 T-cells, the damaged immune system loses its ability to defend against...

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