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World Health Organization People With Aids
1,735 wordsThesis: The AIDS and HIV viruses are getting worse in the United States and the rest of the world. Although more people die of heart disease and cancer each year, AIDS has become the health problem people fear the most. Much of the fear comes from ignorance and misunderstanding. Education is the most effective tool against AIDS. It is more important than ever for young people to learn the facts about AIDS. Many teenagers don't know anyone who has AIDS. It is hard for them to believe they are at ...
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Bodily Fluids Liver Damage
705 wordsHepatitis is the term given to inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis is most commonly caused by viruses, but is usually accustomed to individuals who drink heavily for a many number of years. Hepatitis can cause your liver to become inflamed, swollen, and tender. If the infection is severe and prolonged without treatment the liver may become scarred, causing cirrhosis of the liver. The complications of hepatitis and cirrhosis are liver failure and cancer. Usually resulting Although there are many...
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Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Ebola Virus
1,318 wordsOUTLINE Thesis Statement: The deadly virus Ebola is killing thousands of innocent people world wide, but there are some simple steps that are being taken to prevent this coming tide of deadly parasites. I. Introduction II. Outbreaks A. First two outbreaks B. 1976 outbreak C. 1995 outbreak D. 1989 U. S. outbreak III. What is Ebola A. The Ebola virus in general B. Transmission C. Symptoms D. 1 in 10 victims survive IV. No treatment V. Contraction of Ebola A. Must infect animal first B. Chimpanzees...
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Infected With Hiv Living With Hiv
2,016 wordsHIV and AIDS are one of the leading causes of death among 24 to 45 year olds and yet so many Americans seem to know nothing about it. So many people in the world believe HIV and AIDS are the same thing, but they are sadly mistaken. HIV is a virus. The letters stand for Human Immunodefiency Virus. HIV is a virus that attacks your immune system. What it attacks are important immune-system cells called T-cells. HIV is a retrovirus, which means it is slow moving. By attacking and killing the immune ...
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Bodily Fluids Hiv Aids
1,812 words... to gt test compare to at-risk individuals in the tennis. Because so fw senior hav bn test, it's hard to know how many ar infected -- and how many ar unwittingly passing th virus on to othr's. "Nobody knows what's going on with th or adult, " says Joseph Catania of th University of California at San Francisco, on of th country's lading AIDS rsarchrs and co-author of th 1994 study. vn when senior develop AIDS-read symptoms lik wasting, dementia and pneumonia, doctors frequently don't think to ...
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Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infected With Hiv
1,219 wordsWhatBloodbourne Pathogens Bloodborne Pathogens What are Bloodborne Pathogens? Bloodborne Pathogens are pathogenic microorganisms that can eventually cause disease. They are found in human blood and other bodily fluids such as synovial fluid, semen, vaginal secretions, cerebrospinal fluid and any other fluid that mixes or has contact with blood. The bloodborne pathogens are pathogenic, which means they are disease causing, and they are also microorganisms, which means that they are very small so ...
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Ebola Virus Homo Sapiens
1,118 wordsAbstract Ebola Virus Ebola Virus Abstract This topic was chosen because Ebola is a relentless killer. Ebola isnt publicized very much so it seems to be a wise topic to explore. This way others may be informed of one of the worlds most powerful viruses. The purpose of this paper is to further educate all those interested in the powerful effects of the Ebola virus in its many forms. I. Introductory Statement II. History III. Variations IV. Prevention V. Transmission VI. Signs VII. Symptoms VIII. T...
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Protease Inhibitors Bodily Fluids
1,198 wordsCytomegalovirus Retinitus Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection is very common within the general population, but it often shows little or no symptoms in healthy people (Gateway). It infects between 50 % to 85 % of adults in the United States by the age of 40 (CDC). However, in the immuno depressed population, there is often an active infection that shows many possible symptoms. Within the HIV infected community, the CMV virus? most common symptoms are retinitis and gastrointestinal problems (Gateway)...
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Piece Of Literature Atomic Bomb
4,430 wordsThe Atomic Bomb and its Effects on Post-World War II American Literature Rob Gioielli Mrs. Mcfarlansenior English 6 Dec. 1994 Gioielli 1 Rob Gioielli Mrs. Mcfarlansenior English 6 Dec. 1994 Then a tremendous flash of light cut across the sky. Mr. Tanimoto has a distinct recollection that it traveled from east to west, from the city toward the hills. It seemed like a sheet of sun. +John Hersey, from Hiroshima, pp. 8 On August 6, 1945, the world changed forever. On that day the United States of Am...
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Bodily Fluids 13 Year
1,197 wordsReading while youre wonder-wounded Shakespeares Words: A Glossary and Language Companion David Crystal and Ben Crystal 628 pp, Penguin Shakespeare wrote when the English language was young, supple and full of energy. He changed it as he used it, inventing new rhythms, new ways of thinking and expressing thoughts, new windows into newly discovered minds. The Crystals, and Stanley Wells in his introduction to their new glossary, argue that Shakespeare's language has lately become more difficult fo...
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