Aids -Nature of Population

AIDS – Nature of Population

Precious Turner

University of Phoenix

July 23, 2010

Darla Roberts

      Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome is marked by the eventual complete destruction of the human body’s ability to protect itself against various life threatening diseases .Although in America HIV was once known to be first discovered in 1981. These findings later became revised because of an HIV specimen taken in central Africa approximately in 1959. Diagnosis of the deadly disease, AIDS by the millions had surfaced worldwide.

      When AIDS began no one could have imagined how this disease could have spread and become an epidemic, this disease spread worldwide and millions of lives were changed and effected by it.HIV/AIDS devastated families, communities, and whole continents. This epidemic wiped out   decades off countries , national   developments, widen the gulf between rich and the poor nations and push already stigmatized groups closer to the margins in society   ( world). We are living in a country where HIV has become an international epidemic in Society (

      In 2004, AIDS killed an estimated amount of 3 million people. There were 40 million additional people living with the infection. [1] This disease affects poor people all over the world. HIV/AIDS is primarily a heterosexual epidemic in developing countries. [2] This disease has been documented in every part of the world. The most overwhelming majority of people living with HIV/AIDS are in low to middle income countries. [3].

      Nationally AIDS surfaced as a heterosexual disease in male and female human beings. In     nationalities such as Asia, Africa, Southeast Asia, and India. In laymen’s terms straight or heterosexual young adults and or teens have been dramatically infected. Some of the greatest HIV infections by the numbers have been more severe in the poorest countries of Africa and developing countries of the world. The end of the...