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Hiv In Thailand

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Hiv In Thailand Percentage of people with HIV in Thailand Percentage of people with HIV in South East Asia As you can see Thailand is not as bad compared to the whole of south East Asia, although improvement can be made. Possible reasons for such a high HIV rate:
- Uneducated as to how HIVcan be spread and not taught about prevention.
- Numbers of new cases are decreasing. In 1991 there 140,000 new cases, and in 2003 there were 19,000. So there is an improvement. Many people in Thailand are unable to afford medication for HIV.
WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT IT?
There are many organisations where you can donate to help both children and adults with HIV. HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus.
It will eventually lead to Aids Acquired Immune deficiency Syndrome.
Currently there is no actual cure, but there is medicine to prevent you from getting AIDS if you have HIV. Prevention -ww.thailandguru.com/hiv-aids-thailand.html
-http://blog.bioethics.net/world-aids-day.jpg
-www.avert.org/aidsthai.htm
-www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/165277.php Bibliography World Aids Day
1st December World AIDS day gives the opportunity for people who are infected to give and share their thoughts on how their life has changed living with the virus. As well as that you can learn anout how the virus is spread and how can it be prevented.
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