PREVENTION CARE AND TREATMENT OF HIV/AIDS Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Date AIDS is a global pandemic that has caught several health departments in governments worldwide unprepared but so far they have been able to update their systems. The effects of the disease have been categorized in the levels of malaria and Tuberculosis which have high mortality rates. HIV infection is terminal as there is no known the cure for the disease. The advancements in managing the condition have been numerous but subdivided into two sections one is prevention and the other is care (Sweat 1995). Prevention can be categorized as using contraceptives and pre-exposure drugs while care involves having a balanced diet and taking antiretroviral drugs. The measures put forward will help in combating this problem for new patients as it is done for older patients (Federal 2010). Studies conducted in the last decade have confirmed that a unified (2000). Entertainment-education and HIV/AIDS prevention: A field experiment in Tanzania. Journal of health Communication 5(sup1) 81-100. Brassard P. Smeja C. & Valverde C. (1996). Needs assessment for an urban native HIV and AIDS prevention program. AIDS Education and Prevention. Duflo E. Dupas P. & Kremer M. (2006). Education and HIV/AIDS Prevention: Evidence from a randomizedi evaluation in Western Kenya (Vol. 4024). World Bank Publications. Kelly J. A. Murphy D. A. Sikkema K. J. McAuliffe T. L. Roffman R. A. Solomon L. J. ... & Collaborative T. C. H. P. R. (1997). Randomised controlled community-level HIV-prevention intervention for sexual-risk behaviour among homosexual men in US cities. The Lancet 350(9090) 1500-1505. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC. (2001). HIV and AIDS--United States 1981-2000. MMWR. Morbidity and mortality weekly report 50(21) 430. 90-90-90 An ambitious treatment target to help end the AIDS epidemic (UNAIDS 2014) UNAIDS Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AID. [...]
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