Cancers In HIV/AIDS | Peer Reviewed Journals
HIV: Current Research

HIV: Current Research
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ISSN: 2572-0805

Cancers In HIV/AIDS

The human immunodeficiency infections (HIV) are two types of Lentivirus (a subgroup of retrovirus) that contaminate people. Over the long haul, they cause AIDS (AIDS), a condition where dynamic disappointment of the invulnerable framework permits dangerous shrewd contaminations and malignant growths to thrive. In many cases, HIV is an explicitly transmitted disease and happens by contact with or move of blood, pre-discharge, semen, and vaginal liquids. Exploration has appeared  that HIV is untransmittable through condomless sex if the HIV-positive accomplice has a reliably imperceptible viral load. Non-sexual transmission can happen from a contaminated mother to her newborn child during pregnancy, during labor by introduction to her blood or vaginal liquid, and through bosom milk. Within these natural liquids, HIV is available as both free infection particles and infection inside tainted safe cells.

Relevant Topics in Immunology & Microbiology