Human immunodeficiency virus

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a global public health concern. It targets CD4 T cells, weakening the immune system and leading to AIDS if left untreated. HIV transmission occurs through unprotected sex, needle sharing, and mother-to-child transmission. It progresses through acute infection, latency, and AIDS stages. Prevention strategies involve safe sex and antiretroviral therapy. Stigma remains a challenge. Ongoing research is dedicated to treatment and vaccine development, with a focus on high-risk populations. Understanding HIV is critical for effective global health management, considering its widespread impact and the need for ongoing efforts to control it.

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