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  • 1. HIV/AIDS By Joshua,Kay Lynn and Gabriela
  • 2. Definitions
    • AIDS
    • Aids stands for A cquired
    • I mmune
    • D eficiency
    • S yndrome
    • HIV
    • Human
    • Immune
    • Virus
  • 3. This is how many people have the disease!
  • 4. How people are helping
    • This december is World AIDS day.World AIDS day is held to show awarness,concer, and care for AID, and HIV patients
    • Girl scouts are earning and AID badges when they presentand speak around their peers about HIV
    • Mobile phone texing is helping South afican patients with AIDS
    • There is a 10 km walk that is in held in new york
  • 5. How you can help
    • Sell ribbons
    • Bake sales
    • Free dres day
    • Put up poster
    • Start a campaign
    • Preform a song
    • Become a peer educator
    • Become a friend with someone with HIV
    • Spread knowledge
    • Ask experts to come to your school to talk about HIV
  • 6. How you cant get HIV
        • Talking
        • Having a cut
        • Saliva
        • Swimming pools
        • Mosquitos
        • Sharing cloths
        • Coughing
        • Holding hands
    • Breast milk
    • Unprotected sex
    • Sharing needles
    How you can get HIV
  • 7. How HIV affects the body
    • How HIV effects the body
    • HIV effects the immune system
    • Lose weight
    • Body is weak
    • Frequent fever
    • Heavy sweating
    • Minor infections
    • White spots at mouth or throat
    • Coughing
    • Trouble remembering things
    • See doctors more often because immune system is so weak
    • HIV attacks the CD4 cells
  • 8. The stages of HIV
    • Stage 1- Down with the flu
    • Stage 2- May last a few years but patient has no symptoms
    • Stage 3-HIV destroys more CD4 cells and may get sick
    • Stage 4- over 200 CD4 have been destroyed.
  • 9. NGO
    • Internation AIDS economic network
    • PT foundation
    • AID awarness group
    • MBA
  • 10.
    • What is AIDS?
        • AIDS comes after the virus HIV.
        • AIDS is a disease, which you can get infected.
        • It destroys your immune system.
        • There is no cure fro AIDS, but there is medicine to slow it down.
        • AIDS has affected many people that some people call it a plague
        • When AIDS is in the body infections like cancer can come to the body.
        • AIDS increases more in men in the US
        • It is mostly caused by sexual contact, shared drug needles, and infected blood transitions.
  • 11.
    • What is HIV?
        • HIV is the virus that makes AIDS
        • HIV has existed in the US, Haiti, and Africa since 1972-1978
        • HIV is a life threatening infection with the immune system
        • HIV damages the immune system.
        • HIV rose worldwide during 1980 and 1990
        • There are test to see if you have HIV
        • Your body makes HIV antibodies and if you have this antibodies you are HIV positive
  • 12. Gabriela’s Info
    • More about AIDS
        • It came from monkey and apes.
        • More than 30% of adult in some African countries have HIV
        • Virus will multiply for a few weeks or months; during this time you will not be HIV positive but you can infect other people.
        • Some people think it is flu at first.
        • AIDS got it’s name in 1982by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention
  • 13.
    • Who has it?
        • In December 2000 36.1 million people had HIV
        • AIDS cases started on 1981 on the US
        • In 2004 there were 40 million people in the world with HIV
  • 14.
        • 42 million people living with HIV in 2002 Dec.
        • 20 million people have already died of AIDS
        • Africa has 70% of the people that have HIV
        • 14 million children have lost parents due to HIV
        • In 2002 5 million people have newly been affected by HIV
        • This transmission comes from oral sex or blood transfusion
        • With an estimated since estimated 38.6 million people know living with the disease world wide
        • It was first recognized on June 5 th 1981
  • 15.
        • The first AIDS virus was insolated by researchers in France in 1983
        • The virus became known in 1985
        • AIDS occur in Africa, India, South East Asia
        • According to the United Nations more than 3 percent of the adults in some African countries are affected
        • Aids come from Monkeys or apes
        • They also can get it from old needles that a few people have used which effect the blood system and the immune system
  • 16. Citations
    • http://www. worldbookonline .com/ wb /Article?id=ar008290& st = hiv &sc=6
    • http://www. worldbookonline .com/Article?id=ar008290& st = hiv &sc=5
    • http://www.aids.org/ factsheets /101-what-is-aids.html
    • http://www. britannicaschool . eb .com/all/ eb /article-90041-3?query=AIDS&ct=null
    • http://www.aids.org/info/ hiv -aids-difference-between.html
    • http://www.who. int / hiv /en/
    • http://www.who. int / hiv /en/
    • http://www.who. int / hiv /en/
    • http://news. bbc .co. uk /2/shared/ spl /hi/ africa /03/biology_of_aids/html/default. stm
    • http://www.who. int / hiv /en/ http://www. britannicaschool . eb .com/all/ eb /art-16998? articleTypeId =1
    • http://upload. wikimedia .org/ wikipedia /commons/2/2f/HIV-budding.jpg
    • http://upload. wikimedia .org/ wikipedia /commons/4/4b/ Abacavir _%28Ziagen%29_300mg.jpg
    • http://www. bbc .co. uk /relationships/sex_and_sexual_health/ stis _ hivaids . shtml
    • http://www. mbaswithoutborders .org/? gclid =CK_bleHpjYwCFQaNbgodux3Aw
    • http://www.med. unc . edu / wrkunits /orgs/ stepaids / AIDSfacts .html
    • http://www.avert.org/ worldaid .html
    • http:// manhattan .about.com/ od / glbtsence /p/AIDSWalk2005. htm
    • http://www.un.org/ cyberschoolbus / bcieping / hiv /index. htm
    • http:// hivsearch .cm/ poz /search/Facts
    • http://www. ptfmalaysia .org/
    • http://www. aagindia .org
    • http://www. ifc .org/ ifcext /aids. nsf /Content/Non_Governmental_Organizations
    • http://www. kidshealth .org/kid/health_problems/infection/ hiv .html
    • http://www. kidshealth .org/teen/infections/ stds /std_ hiv .html
    • http://www. hivaids . webcentral .com.au/text/fb028.html
  • 17. Citations 2
        •  http://www.avert.org/aids-photo-gallery.php?photo_id=427&gallery_id=3http://www.kidshealth.org/teen/infections/stds/AIDS.html
        •  http://www.kidshealth.org/teen/infections/stds/std_hiv.html http://www.kidshealth.org/parent/infections/std/hiv.html http://www.worldaidsday.org/events.asp
        •  http://www.tbsurvivalproject.org/img/aids_ribbon.jpg http://www.brainpop.com/health/diseasesandconditions/aids/zoom.weml