Infectious Disease

There are multiple varied types of infectious diseases. Most are curable and others are still unsuccessfully untreatable. There is no remedy for these aliments even after all the research that has been completed over the centuries. These untreatable illnesses that will be discussed are AIDS and HIV.   Both of the diseases listed are regarded to be the top 2 deadliest diseases.
Acquiring HIV does not imply the individual possesses the AIDS virus; it means they have the virus that induces AIDS. Nonetheless, if an individual attracts AIDS they additionally acquire HIV. This is because HIV is the virus that induces AIDS to take place. According to, “CDC estimates that more than one million people are living with HIV in the U.S. One in five (20%) of those people living with HIV is unaware of their infection” (2012).
HIV and AIDS are not identical diseases. The HIV and AIDS acronyms mean Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. HIV can be acquired on contact and can develop into the AIDS virus though it may take a period of time. This period can vary from a couple of months to years.
On the other hand, if HIV is ascertained early and medical care is organized; it is likely for an individual to sustain with the HIV virus for years. AIDS is the process where the HIV virus sets in and begins ambushing the immune system. This disease’s attack is much more extensive than HIV.   It tears down the required cells that ensure the body’s health and then AIDS anchors in.
It too can be caught on contact and may also take some time to develop. However, there are prescriptions that can be administered to increase the immune system and help battle against the virus to counteract the onset of AIDS. This virus is distributed through the physical transportation of body fluids as well as transportation of this virus can vary in form. The transportation of body fluids appears intricate; however, it can happen with the simplest acts like kissing....