The Genetic cause of the Mutation
There isn't yet a definite genetic cause of mutation on AIDS or HIV because none of the scientists agree with it. But some think that when the HIV virus enters to the blood cells, it attacks the CD4 (kind of cell in our bodies). It kills the CD4 and also it can multiple the amount of the virus and attack the T4 cells. When the T4 cells are contaminated they, reproduce less cells making our bodies less possible in fighting against other sicknesses, which are signs of symptoms. In many cases, when the HIV comes into our bodies, it wont react until several years have passed, therefore it means that it takes a while to find out that we have the disease. (Holm pg 4-5)
Impact of Aids on Society
AIDS is a monster in our world. We can call it monster because AIDS only kills people.
Since, we haven't created a cure for the diseases, AIDS will keep killing us. Nowadays, 1 out of 4 teens gets infected by HIV and if 1 out of 4 teens get it, then imagine how many adults will get infected by the disease, we can imagine that 3 out of 5 people can get the disease. Around the world, more than 40 million people are infected with the disease. The amount of people infected will increase, unless a cure appears to help and kill AIDS. (Holt 497)
The purpose of this brochure is to inform the importance of HIV and AIDS. This is made not only to show people how dangerous AIDS is, but also, how it can be spread and be transmitted. It is specially made for the teens that don't know how dangerous is to have sexual activity. This brochure will let people...