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What are the symptoms of aids?
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Many
Aids is a virus that attacks the immune protection system of the body.
Aids victims can get more infections, especially uncommon ones including an unusual one called kaposis sarcoma. They are weakened, frequently lose weight, and when untreated almost any part of the body is at risk. Current therapy can now attenuate this problem and in the 1st world it is now a chronic, not deadly illness.

In brief: Many
Aids is a virus that attacks the immune protection system of the body.
Aids victims can get more infections, especially uncommon ones including an unusual one called kaposis sarcoma. They are weakened, frequently lose weight, and when untreated almost any part of the body is at risk. Current therapy can now attenuate this problem and in the 1st world it is now a chronic, not deadly illness.
Dr. Richard Bensinger
Dr. Richard Bensinger
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