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AA group of medical conditions that occur when a person’s immune system is lowered due to infection with HIV
FFirst described in 1981 CCaused by Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) MMajor burden in Africa AAlso South & South—East Asia, India, the Carribean EEstimated 40m cases by 2010 NNigeria accounts for 10% of global burden of AIDS
SSexual intercourse VVertical transmission BBlood transfusion
PPremarital sexual intercourse EExtramarital sexual intercourse MMultiple sexual partners RRape victims CCommercial sex workers/patronisers
IIgnorance PPeer influence EEffect of Unfavourable Home Environment IIncreased Susceptibility to Abuse PPoor Health Seeking Behaviour FFinancial Handicap
CChronic Diarrhoea CChronic Cough SSevere Weightloss PPersistent Fever SSkin Infections OOral Thrush/ Ulcers OOpportunistic Infections
AAbstinence BBe Faithful CCounselling DDevelop Good Health Seeking Behaviour EEncourage Others
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