Human Immunodeficiency viruses

BY Best Interview Question ON 27 Oct 2022


The HIV full form is Human Immunodeficiency Virus which is a virus that causes Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome or AIDS which attacks the immune system of a human being. The virus is the sub-group of a retrovirus. This is the deadliest virus among all viruses because it directly attacks the T cells, Macrophages, and dendritic cells which are important to our immune system and fights foreign invaders like bacteria, viruses, fungus, etc.

The virus spread from sexually transmitted infections from other person’s blood, semen, vaginal fluids, breast milk, etc. Non-sexual transmission can also take place from an infected mother to her child during pregnancy. There is no cure for AIDS and a person can live up to 9-11 years on treatments and medications.

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