Healing HIV / AIDS is needed to end infections that destroy the immune system of infected individuals. Human Immunodeficiency Virus is a retrovirus that reproduces once and creates more viruses until cells explode and infect new cells.
This is why it can spread easily and lead to stage IV and cause the death of the patient. But fortunately, in the last 40 years, HIV / AIDS has gone from an unknown deadly disease to a manageable condition that even allows patients to live longer and enjoy a healthy life again.
Although there is no definitive cure or cure for HIV / AIDS, there are many types of treatments and treatments available for patients today. It should be noted that if HIV is left untreated, it can develop into a fatal Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), so early treatment is always a must.
At present, one of the available drugs given to patients is antiretroviral drugs. This is a drug that prevents the virus from multiplying in the body and decreases the amount of HIV as well.
It was observed that continued use of ARV drugs could also prevent transmission. According to World Health Organization, it can reduce the risk of transmission by up to 96%.
There is also a drug called azidothymidine, and this was formulated in 1987. It can block enzymes that play a large role in HIV duplication. To date, 55 drugs have been approved by the FDA as HIV / AIDS drugs.
The latest breakthrough is a stem cell transplant that has cured two AIDS patients. However, more tests are needed because this has also been tried on other patients, but so far, only two people have recovered from the virus completely.
End the HIV epidemic
Last year, President Donald Trump stated in his SOTU that one of the goals of his administration was to end the HIV epidemic and promised that they would realize this within 10 years. Corresponding HIV.gov, POTUS said this week that the government had taken steps and began working with private companies and partners to find a cure for HIV / AIDS and stop infection.
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