The Human Immunodeficiency Virus is wanted For crimes such as infecting and then killing them.


HIV attacks the immune system, more specifically T-helper Cells. HIV attacks and disables these cells and without them, the immune system can not release other T Cells which would have suppressed and regulate immune response


People who are most at risk for this disease are sexually active people. Workers that might be exposed to this disease are prostitutes, strippers, and other sex involved jobs.


Symptoms include:

Pain areas: in the abdomen

Pain circumstances: can occur while swallowing

Cough: can be dry

Whole body: fatigue, fever, loss of appetite, malaise, night sweats, or sweating

Gastrointestinal: nausea, persistent diarrhea, vomiting, or watery diarrhea

Mouth: ulcers or white tongue

Groin: sores or swelling

Throat: difficulty swallowing or soreness

Also common: opportunistic infection, headache, oral thrush, pneumonia, red blotches, severe unintentional weight loss, skin rash, or swollen lymph nodes

Damage- HIV attacks T-helper cells and without these the immune system is crippled and cannot fight even the simplest of sicknesses.


HIV is a worldwide virus but it very common in West Africa

Weapons of defense

Abstinence and wearing protection are the greatest defenses against HIV. In order to prevent contracting it one must be abstinent or be very careful about who they choose to have intercourse with.

Treatments- there is currently no cure for HIV but medication can be taken to help (HIV antiviral), one should also see a primary care specialist.