The referencing and citing of scholarly work is mandatory to support the idea that is being presented in the participation discussion. ALL peer responses require an in text citation, a reference, and 6 or more sentences. References should be between 2018 to 2022.
HIV is a deadly virus spread from one individual to another via semen, blood, vaginal fluids and breast milk. It is still incurable, but people live with HIV for years, provided they take the necessary medications. HIV attacks the body’s defence mechanism (immunity), specifically the T cells called CD4 cells. When HIV attacks the body, AIDS develops (Limper et al., 2017). It occurs after HIV fights the CD4 cells severely, resulting in a low number of CD4 cells. Then these cells reduce significantly; the body is no longer able to fight disease-causing microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi and other viruses. Thus, reduced CD4 cells are among the characteristic findings of AIDS. Also, the patient is attacked by diseases such as malaria and TB because of the reduced immunity.
AIDS results in the following signs and symptoms. The most common symptoms are loss of weight. Others include recurring fever, unexplained profuse sweating at night and body weakness and tiredness. Moreover, AIDS patients may develop swelling of the lymph nodes and experience diarrhea that lasts for over a week. They also develop sores in the genitals, anus and mouth (Remien et al., 2019). They also develop opportunistic diseases such as malaria and pneumonia, which weakens them further. AIDS patients with these symptoms are weak and cannot perform their daily duties normally. They depend on others and are afraid of interacting with people.
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The immune system is the body’s natural way of protecting against microorganisms that may invade the body and cause disease. Cancer is a type of disease process in which unhealthy cells divide and multiply causing masses of tissue that can spread throughout the body (Randall, 2018). Tumors are graded on a level of 1-4. 1 is a small tumor with a slow level of growth and 4 is a large tumor with rapid growth (National Cancer Institute, 2013). This can be measured with a small biopsy where tissue at the site is collected. I would like to focus on cervical cancer, which is a type of cancer that occurs in the cervix.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) and sexually transmitted infections place one at risk for uterine cancer. Some immune systems do not completely fight off HPV, which can allow the vius to live for years, contribu
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