HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a disease that has no remedy. According to an article named, “Where did HIV come from?” by the AIDS INSTITUTE, it claims that HIV was first in chimpanzee at West Africa. Scientist believed that chimpanzee carried their own variation of the immunodeficiency virus and when Africans hunter hunted the chimpanzee. The meat from the chimpanzee, …show more content…
Now what makes HIV so dangerous contagious once a victim was infected. According to an article named, “HIV and
AIDS”, published by kids ' health, it explains the danger of HIV and AIDS. HIV is a deadly virus that’s slowly destroying all the immune system 's white blood cells, T Lymphocyte (T cells). Once the HIV destroys all the T cells, it takes converse the T cells to create copies of the HIV virus. After the T cells has changed into to the HIV virus, it affects other near by T cells and start the conversion process again. Since the HIV virus takes awhile to completely change a person’s immune system’s T cell. The person who did not know he or she is affected would appear relatively healthy, but once there is more HIV virus than
T cell. The person would no longer able to fight against common diseases such as the chicken pox and the cold because there is no longer not enough T cells to fight it off.
What are the symptoms if someone is affected by the HIV virus? According to article named, “HIV Symptom in Men” published by the healthline, it said there are three stages of the