• Masculinity & Development
    During the past decade, HIV/AIDS has become incurable disease which specially kept not only economies in many developing countries underdeveloped and but also human degenerated. To tackle this problem, a great range of projects and programs, both international as well as national, tried to give money...
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  • Medical Students' Knowledge and Attitudes Related to Hiv/Aids
    0976-3325 National Journal of Community Medicine 2010, Vol. 1, Issue 2 146 Original Article MEDICAL STUDENTS' KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES RELATED TO HIV/AIDS: Shaikh Mohsin1, Sunil Nayak2, Vipul Mandaviya3 1Assistant Professor, Dept of Preventive and Social medicine, Govt. Medical College, Bhavnagar ...
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  • Aids Analysis 19
    1930, somewhere around Central Africa. Bette Korber, of the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, presented this conclusion at the Conference of Retroviruses. The notion that HIV was introduced in contaminated oral polio vaccines in Africa between the years of 1957 and 1961 has been often debated...
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  • Origin of Hiv
    Abstract This paper examines three theories regarding the origin of the HIV virus in Africa. The first theory, the ‘Cut Hunter’ theory suggests that the HIV virus originated from hunters who were infected with the virus by means of blood to blood contact through a cut on their hand or open wounds...
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  • Activation of Cd4+ T Cell by Infection of Hiv-1
    "Activation of CD4+ T cell by infection of HIV-1"  Immunodeficiency and Human Immunodeficiency. Immunodeficiency is the result of the failing of the immune system to protect the host from disease causing agents or from malignant cells. Human Immunodeficiency Virus-1 (HIV-1) is responsible for the secondary...
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  • Markers of Vulnerability for Cervical Cancer in Hiv-Infected Women.
    Vulnerability for Cervical Cancer in HIV-infected Women. This essay is about a study that was conducted on a group HIV infected woman in Brazil. The main purpose of the study was to identify the dimensions and markers of vulnerability among women infected with HIV for the development of cervical cancer...
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  • Hiv/Aids
    Abstract There have been studies on HIV/AIDS, but there is currently no cure for the virus/disease. There is a misconception that AIDS is transmitted, but what people don’t know is that the virus HIV is what is transmitted; leading to the disease AIDS. The risk factors, major health promoting behaviors...
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  • Gap Analysis
    Benchmarking in HIV/AIDS Marina Willens-Leon University of Phoenix Online Benchmarking in HIV/AIDS Benchmarking in HIV/AIDS Marina Willens-Leon University of Phoenix Online Benchmarking in HIV/AIDS The growing epidemic of HIV/AIDS to include high rates in other sexually transmitted...
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  • Hiv Testing in Pregnant Women
    HIV Testing in Pregnant Women HIV is a Human Immune Deficiency Virus that is primarily transmitted through sexual intercourse. HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. This virus is passed from one person to another through blood and sexual contact. This virus is a very serious subject in many peoples lives...
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  • Essay
    teachers in Mozambique. The purpose of the study was to identify key individual difference variables that impact on teachers’ decisions to address HIV/AIDS in the classroom, outside the classroom and in the community at large1. This first chapter of the dissertation presents the problem statement...
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  • United Nation
     Content Introduction 1 Overview of United Nations 2 HIV Aids 3-4 Climate change 4-6 Atomic energy 6-8 Conclusion 9 References 10 Introduction In the United Nations (UN) there are many global issues that are present till...
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  • Sanitation
    identified Facilitating implementation Research agenda Conclusion 1. 2. 3. Background Objectives Findings 3.1 Progress in reducing deaths from severe malnutrition 3.2 New research findings 3.3 Infants aged less than 6 months 3.4 Children living with HIV/AIDS 3.5 Vitamin A, potassium, phosphorus and cysteine...
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  • Hca 220 Final
    HIV is the human immunodeficiency virus that causes AIDS. A member of a group of viruses called retroviruses, HIV infects human cells and uses the energy and nutrients provided by those cells to grow and reproduce. Most people are not aware of even carrying the disease. In order for you to be clear of...
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  • Csr of Ibm
    6. Why IBM involved with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? | 8 | 7. Why IBM involved with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? | 9 | 8.Conclusion: | 9 | INTRODUCTION : Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is becoming an increasingly important activity to businesses nationally and internationally...
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  • Aids in Africa and International Aid
    immunodeficiency virus (HIV).This condition progressively reduces the effectiveness of the immune system and leaves individuals susceptible to opportunistic infections and tumors. HIV is transmitted through direct contact of a mucous membrane or the bloodstream with a bodily fluid containing HIV, such as blood...
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  • MedMira
    self-diagnosis approach. After the pioneer proliferation of HIV, the development of a global concern about AIDS and the consequent changes in public perception of the disease are crucial to evaluate consumers’ possible response to such technological progresses. HIV infection has progressively become an epidemic...
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  • Hiv/ Aids as a Global Security Threat: an Overview
    HIV/ AIDS AS A GLOBAL SECURITY THREAT: An Overview By Kshitij Bansal HIV/AIDS no doubt is one of the most researched and written upon socio-medical issues today. But least attention has been paid towards other socio-political implications of this global pandemic. One of these neglected areas of concern...
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  • Case study on TASO
    Motivating employees/individuals Strengthening of culture against thinking negatively about being HIV positive Building teams and energizing individuals. Need to work with persons infected by the HIV virus that causes AIDS Transmitting Representing Information Plane - Controlling: Dissemination...
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  • Business
    becoming infected by HIV/AIDS? A. Due to the amount of commercial sexual exploitation there are many cases of victims having HIV/AIDS. 2. The women that are adults in India due to commercial sexual exploitation there has been 2-3.1 million that have been infected with HIV/AIDS. 3. Due to...
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  • Hiv/Aids Epidemiology in Swaziland
    Running head: HIV/AIDS Epidemiology in Swaziland HIV/AIDS Epidemiology in Swaziland Andrew Jay Mallo Florida International University Abstract Since the first case was reported in 1986, AIDS has disproportionately affected the Kingdom of Swaziland relative to other nations in the region and...
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