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Case Study: An Infectious Disease: HIV/AIDS


1. HIV is the human immunodeficiency virus which causes the illness of AIDS.
2. White Blood Cells are important as they create destroy pathogens (viruses in the
body).
3. There are two sources that scientists believe are possible: One theory being that…

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7. There are many patterns of distribution on the disease, here are three of the most
popular:
Pattern I is typical of industrialized countries with large numbers of reported
AIDS cases, such as North America, Western Europe, Australia, New Zealand,
and parts of Latin America. In these areas,…

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11. The figures can never be totally accurate due to the fact that more people every day
are becoming infected. Also the survey would take months or even years so
scientists take averages from countries instead of asking every single person which
could result in unreliable and inaccurate…

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