Question: Human immunodeficiency virus acquired immunodeficiency syndrome HIV AIDS is a

Human immunodeficiency virus/ acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/ AIDS) is a disease that can be eliminated because it is propagated by person- to- person contact and there are no known animal reservoirs. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Explain your answer. Design a program for eliminating HIV/ AIDS in a developed country and in a developing country. How would these programs differ? What factors would work against the success of your program, both in terms of human behavior and in terms of HIV/ AIDS disease progression? Why are the numbers of HIV/ AIDS patients continuing to grow, especially in developing countries? HIV/ AIDS incidence ( new cases) in developed countries has been virtually unchanged in this century ( Figure 28.14). The numbers of individuals living with HIV/ AIDS, however, is increasing. Explain this contradiction.

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