In the 21st Century.

In the 21st Century, someone diagnosed with HIV who receive a treatment and take their medication regularly should be able to live a normal life expectancy, says Saag. We learned a lot about how the virus causes disease, as it and replicate how we stop it from replicating. A simple methods to keep the virus from reproducing itself in the body allows someone to live a normal life expectancy, he says.

And it spreads further. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that one million people in the United States who are infected with HIV, and 200,000 – one in five. Of whom are unaware that they are infected The CDC estimates more than 56,000 people are newly infected each year.

From this summer, UAB Hospital and 25 metropolitan area hospitals to begin screening every adult patients treated in emergency rooms for HIV through a program developed by the CDC.When the H5N1 avian flu virus had to mutate into , it may learning to spread among people. If this happen we are of serious a serious global health care Problem with this – pandemic influenza.

It have to the patient very early in the disease, otherwise it is not effective. Tamiflu is not a A vaccine , the patient if him / she is infected.. Add the 1918 Spanish flu killed about 40 million people are. It was a pandemic influenza. The pandemic all over the world with 11 months distributed. At that time, the world population had had merely a quarter of intended now. In the 1918 few people went with the aircraft – now, millions of people trips around the globe every weekday.