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HIV infection does not immediately cause AIDS, and the issues of how it does, and whether all HIV-infected patients will progress to overt disease, remain controversial. Nevertheless, accumulating evidence clearly implicates the growth of the virus in CD4 T cells, and the immune response to it, as the central keys to the puzzle of AIDS. HIV is a worldwide pandemic and, although great strides are being made in understanding the pathogenesis and epidemiology of the disease, the number of infected people around the world continues to grow at an alarming rate, presaging the death of many people from AIDS for many years to come. Estimates from the World Health Organization are that 16.3 million people have died from AIDS since the beginning of the epidemic and that there are currently around 34.3 million people alive with HIV infection, of whom the majority are living in sub-Saharan Africa, where approximately 7% of young adults are infected. In some countries within this region, such as Zimbabwe and Botswana, over 25% of adults are infected. 

Some health problems that are common to each men and ladies have an effect on women otherwise. though the symptoms could also be similar, the consequences of the condition and therefore the care necessary will dissent considerably for ladies. additionally, a number of these conditions would possibly have an effect on ladies primarily or a lot of severely than men Heart disease is that the leading reason for death for ladies, ladies are a lot of possible to die following a heart failure than men are. additionally, ladies are a lot of possible than men are to expertise delays in emergency care and to own treatment to manage their sterol levels.

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  • Political economy of HIV

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