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How HIV Evades the Immune System

How HIV Evades the Immune System
HIV is a lentivirus, a type of retrovirus, or RNA-based virus. When the virus enters cells, its single-stranded RNA genome is reverse-transcribed into double stranded DNA by reverse transcriptase. Viral DNA is then imported into the nucleus and integrated into the cellular genome, where it reproduces.

Should circumcision be banned? This country thinks so

Should circumcision be banned? This country thinks so
- The organization specifically cited benefits like the prevention of urinary tract infections, penile cancer, and transmission of some sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. However, the organization adds that the “final decision should still be left to parents to make in the context of their religious, ...

South African Child In HIV Remission Said to Be

South African Child In HIV Remission Said to Be
- An HIV-infected child who received a short course of treatment early in life has been in remission for more than eight years. The encouraging case is the third of its kind reported globally and the first one to be reported in Africa. The South African child was diagnosed with HIV at the age of one month.

I slept with 1400 girls, impregnated 600 in Nigeria, five other African countries – tourist

I slept with 1400 girls, impregnated 600 in Nigeria, five other African countries – tourist
- I know that what I did is not good, but I enjoyed my stay in Africa, and I am planning another trip to Senegal, Mali, Gabon, Benin, Niger and Democratic Republic of Congo. “The day after I returned to France, I went to the hospital for medical exams, and luckily, I was HIV negative, and I did not have any ...

Sex education at the push of a button: the apps changing lives worldwide

Sex education at the push of a button: the apps changing lives worldwide
- She was HIV positive, but a lack of awareness of the virus and Aids meant she didn't get medical treatment straight away. “She was taken to a witch doctor to ... then gives automated responses. Sex is still taboo in many African communities and so technology has been “very instrumental,” Chogo says.

10 FACTS about HIVAIDS 5 In subSaharan Africa it costs as

10 FACTS about HIVAIDS 5 In subSaharan Africa it costs as
- 4 years of age. 0. 7 million Africans are on therapy, and prices of drugs are at less than $100. While Sub-Saharan Africa is home to just over 10 percent of the world's population, it has more than 23 Jan 2018 It has been shown that there are various groups of people living with HIV at high-risk of ...