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World HIV/AIDS talk

Discovery of HIV/AIDS in the world

HIV/AIDS is  one of the largest treath to human agenda, it underminss the very institution bthatbare designed to protect communities, the epidemic is presenting enormous challenges to the entire world.

HIV emerged in the late 20th century between 1960 and 70s it was known as the spread started when the medical communities became aware. The global pandemic had it origin in the emergency of ones specific strain.

1 subgroup m_in leopoldville in the bwlejian Congo ( now kinshasha in the Democratic republic of the Congo in the 1920s .

Two types of HIV existing HIV 1 and HIV 2 is not virulent, it is more easily transmitted and is the cause of vast, majority of HIV infection globally. The pandemic strain of HIV 1 is closely related to a virus found in the chimpanzees of the subspecies pan troglodyte.

HIV 2 is less transmittable and is largely confirmed in West Africa, along with it closet relative, simiian immune defeciency virus.

History of HIV/AIDS in Africa
HIV made the leap from rural isolation to rapid urban transmission as a result of urbanization that occurred during the 20th center. There are many, reason for which there is such prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Africa.
One of the most formative explanations is the explanations in poverty that dramatically impact our daily lives in Africans. Describe how poverty has an accompanied side effect with,such as prostitution (i.e the need to sell sex for survival), poor living conditions, Education and health.

A major contributing, factor to the current spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa. Cohen posits, that in Africa l, researchers believe HIV/AIDS in Africa was gradually spread also by river travels, this because all rivers in Cameroon run into Sangha river, which joins the Congo river running bpast kinshasha in the Democratic republic of Congo. He adds that trade along the river could have spread the human population.

 By the1965 about 2000 people in Africa may have HIV/ AIDS including people in kinshasha.

HIV/AIDS was at first considered ba disease of gay men and drug addicts worldwide, but africa, it took off among the general population.
HIV/AIDS is perceived to be more prevailing non south Africa . The first cases of HIV/AIDS in South Africa. The first case of HIV/ AIDS in South was first diagnosed in 1983 when two patients appeared to carry the disease. Three years later, 46 more  cases, were diagnosed.

History of HIV/AIDS in Asia
The HIV/AIDS epidemic was first recognized in the United States in spring of 1981. Between 1981 through 1987, the average life expectancy for people diagnosed with HIV/ AIDS was 18 months.

The United States experienced an unimaginable Holocaust. Hundreds of young people die each week. It was a time and system that lacked the medical, ethical, technical and spiritual resources of softens the blow of many young people dying bof mysterious illness.

Because of the long incubation period of HIV before symptoms vof AIDS appear and because of the initially low incidence HIV was not noticed at first. By the time the first reported case of AIDS were found in large United States cities, prevelence of HIV infection in some communities had passed 5%. And by the  1990, worldwide, HIV infection has spread from urban bro rural areas.

History of HIV/AIDS in Caribbean
In the Caribbean, it is impossible to track exactly bwhere HIV began.. however in 1982 the first case of HIV/AIDS was documented in Jamaica. Soon after, infection bof HIV were found homosexuals and bisexual men living in tabago and Trinidad.

 The first case of HIV/AIDS were seen mainly in both men and women were spreading infections. Presently HIV infects more women than Men, and HIV/AIDS is occurring most in women than men.

Numerous unrelated incidents of AIDS among Haitian immigrants to the US were recorded in the early 1980s, the virus eventually entered may gay communities.

Th explotion of HIV/AIDS epidemic across the world has moved the global community bin to demonstrating a witness, especially considering the long history of it origin and trend to spread to challenge it unabeted spread. Th increasing mobilization of resources aimed at militating against the impact of the disease in developing regions of the world in particular holds numerous potential benefits o the course of the AIDS epidemic and spread.

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