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Outward links[edit]

  • Can link life expectancy: ...n people, out of 79.9 million total infections. In Africa, life expectancy has dropped by decades in many countries solely due to deat...
  • Can link sub-Saharan: ...in AIDS patients, is now the most common tumour reported in sub-Saharan countries. ...
  • Can link blood cell: ... infecting CD4+ [[T cell]]s, a type of [[leukocyte]] (white blood cell) that normally coordinates the immune response to [[infecti... (link to section)
  • Can link neurological disorders: ...s with AIDS. HIV also infects [[brain]] cells, causing some neurological disorders.... (link to section)
  • Can link University of Alabama: ...e early [[20th century]]. Research conducted in 1999 at the University of Alabama found that HIV-1 was very similar to the chimpanzee SIV (SI... (link to section)
  • Can link research community: ... systems. This view is very much a minority one in the HIV research community.... (link to section)
  • Can link sore throat: ...flu-like symptoms such as fever, aching muscles and joints, sore throat, and swollen glands ([[lymph nodes]]), but may also include... (link to section)
  • Can link quality of life: ...nti-retroviral treatments in prolonging, and improving, the quality of life for people with AIDS has improved dramatically.... (link to section)
  • Can link reverse transcriptase inhibitor: ...or (pharmacology)|protease inhibitor]] or a non nucleosider reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI). Patients on such treatments have been known to rep... (link to section)
  • Can link drug resistance: ...tly increase. There is also concern with such regimens that drug resistance will eventually develop. In recent years the term [[HAART]]... (link to section)
  • Can link side effects: ...urrent drug regimens to improve adherence and in decreasing side effects. ... (link to section)
  • Can link clinical trials: ...sed to combat the HIV virus. The method has entered Phase I clinical trials, and it is the first-ever use of a lentiviral vector in hum... (link to section)
  • Can link herbal medicine: ...IDS. Alternative therapies such as massage, acupuncture and herbal medicine are still used by many sufferers in conjunction with other ... (link to section)
  • Can link live TV: ...e blood of Pedro Tocino, an HIV positive [[hemophilia]]c on live TV. Dr. Willner died of a [[heart attack]] in [[1995]].... (link to section)
  • Can link million dead: ...d with AIDS, 3 million died due to AIDS (with a total of 19 million dead [[as of 2004|since]] [[1980]]) and 5 million were newly inf... (link to section)
  • Can link South East Asia: ...a, in which 8% of the adult population is infected. South & South East Asia are the second most affected areas, with 15% of global AIDS... (link to section)
  • Can link human history: ...ave led some experts to call AIDS the deadliest pandemic in human history since the [[Black Death]] that ravaged Europe and western A... (link to section)
  • Can link 14th century: ...[[Black Death]] that ravaged Europe and western Asia in the 14th century and the introduction of [[smallpox]] and other [[Eurasia|Eu... (link to section)
  • Can link Western countries: ...urasian]] diseases to the Americas in the 16th century. In Western countries the infection rate of HIV has slowed somewhat, due to the w... (link to section)
  • Can link intravenous drug: ... existence of [[needle exchange]]s and campaigns to educate intravenous drug users about the dangers of sharing needles. The spread of i... (link to section)
  • Can link public health: ...ng [[safer sex]] message. This trend is of major concern to public health workers. AIDS continues to be a problem with illegal [[sex ... (link to section)
  • Can link death rate: ... worker]]s and injection drug users. On the other hand, the death rate from AIDS in all Western countries has fallen sharply, as n... (link to section)
  • Can link developing countries: ...e an effective (if expensive) means of suppressing HIV. In developing countries, in particular Sub-Saharan Africa, however, poor economic c... (link to section)
  • Can link Central America: ...on rates varying widely. The infection rates are highest in Central America and the Caribbean, where heterosexual transmission is fairl... (link to section)
  • Can link technical term: ...g epidemics spread by large numbers of urban sex workers (a technical term for [[prostitution|prostitute]]) and intravenous drug use. ... (link to section)
  • Can link real number: ... [[1995]] and 190,000 in [[2002]]; some estimates claim the real number is up to five times higher, over 1 million. There are predi... (link to section)
  • Can link times higher: ...[2002]]; some estimates claim the real number is up to five times higher, over 1 million. There are predictions that the infection r... (link to section)
  • Can link human body: ...virus dies within about twenty minutes once it is outside a human body. Thus, for example blood or semen stains quickly become non... (link to section)
  • Can link cause for concern: ...od or semen stains quickly become non-infectious and are no cause for concern.... (link to section)
  • Can link mucous membranes: ... of the risk of tearing (both of the condom and of skin and mucous membranes), the use of water-based lubricants is recommended. Oil-bas... (link to section)
  • Can link risk factor: ...e, incorrectly, that oral sex is safe. Although the actual risk factor of oral HIV transmission is unknown, there are documented c... (link to section)
  • Can link health care: ...ormation on cleaning needles using bleach is available from health care and addiction professionals and from [[needle exchange]]s. ... (link to section)
  • Can link body substance isolation: ... Medical workers who follow [[universal precautions]] or body substance isolation such as wearing latex gloves when giving injections or hand... (link to section)
  • Can link Castleman's disease: ...elated diseases including primary effusion and multicentric Castleman's disease... (link to section)


Inward links[edit]

Additionally, there are some other articles which may be able to linked to this one (also known as "backlinks"):

  • In Homophobia, can backlink AIDS epidemic: ...nti-gay bias contributed significantly to the spread of the AIDS epidemic. Anti-gay bias inhibits the ability of schools to create ef...
  • In Rape, can backlink HIV infection: ... required, in particular prophylactic treatments to prevent HIV infection. In many locations, [[emergency medical technician]]s, [[em...
  • In Scabies, can backlink HIV infection: ...sons with severely reduced [[immunity]], such as those with HIV infection, or people being treated with [[immunosuppressive]] drugs l...
  • In Fisting, can backlink acquired immune deficiency syndrome: ...ic eroticism and transmission of retrovirus associated with acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). ''Genitourin Med.'' 1986 Dec;62(6):390-2. ...
  • In United Nations Population Fund, can backlink HIV infection: .... One of the most important additions concerned [[HIV]]: * HIV infection rates in persons 15-24 years of age should be reduced by tw...
  • In AZT, can backlink HIV infection: ...n rate and increase the toxicity. AZT does not destroy the HIV infection, but only delays the progression of the disease and the rep...
  • In Antiretroviral drug, can backlink HIV infection: ...al antiretroviral drug has been demonstrated to suppress an HIV infection for long; these agents must be taken in combinations in ord...
  • In John Cardinal O'Connor, can backlink AIDS epidemic: ...tions between the group and the Cardinal. Early on in the AIDS epidemic, he approved the opening of a specialized AIDS unit in St. ...
  • In Soft tissue sarcoma, can backlink acquired immune deficiency syndrome: ...ranes. Kaposi's sarcoma often occurs in patients with AIDS ( acquired immune deficiency syndrome). AIDS-related Kaposi's sarcoma, however, has different cha...
  • In List of California ballot propositions 1980-1989, can backlink Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome: ...roposition 64 (1986)|64]] - <font color=red>Failed</font> - Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). Initiative Statute....
  • In Addison's disease, can backlink HIV infection: ...|imaging]] of the adrenal glands, tests for tuberculosis or HIV infection, and searching for metastatic cancer....
  • In Gay slang, can backlink HIV infection: ...sed by a particular subset of barebackers who actively seek HIV infection; see ''[[Gay slang#B|bug chaser]]''....
  • In Darren James, can backlink HIV infection: ...[Jessica Dee]], and [[Miss Arroyo]]. The ensuing fears of HIV infection caused a one month (end announced [[May 12]], [[2004]]) shu...
  • In XV International AIDS Conference, 2004, can backlink HIV infection: ...dical change in attitudes to women in many countries, since HIV infection is now increasing more rapidly among young women in develop...
  • In Head Butt, can backlink HIV infection: ...f shattering the opponent's teeth and cutting the forehead ( HIV infection is a concern)....
  • In Criminal Transmission of HIV, can backlink acquired immune deficiency syndrome: ...immunodeficiency virus identified as the causative agent of acquired immune deficiency syndrome. <br>...
  • In HIV Prevention Act of 1997, can backlink HIV infection: ...ages of the adoption process * health professionals with an HIV infection would be required to inform patients of their HIV status wh...
  • In Bianca Biaggi, can backlink HIV infection: ...a Roxx, Jessica Dee, and Miss Arroyo. The ensuing fears of HIV infection caused a one month (end announced May 12, 2004) shutdown of...