HIV infection is a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus, characterized by acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, which contributes to the occurrence of secondary infections and malignant tumors due to deep inhibition of the body's protective properties. HIV infection has multiple course options. The disease can last only a few months or stretch to 20 years. The main way to diagnose HIV infection remains to identify specific antiviral antibodies, as well as viral RNA. Currently, HIV patients are being treated with antiretroviral drugs that can reduce the reproduction of the virus.

HIV infection is a disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus, characterized by acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, which contributes to the occurrence of secondary infections and malignant tumors due to deep inhibition of the body's protective properties. Today, the world is experiencing a pandemic of HIV infection, the incidence of the world's population, especially in Eastern Europe, is growing steadily.


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