AIDS


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Related to AIDS: human immunodeficiency virus, lentivirus, Aides, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Magic Johnson, Stds, AISD
AcronymDefinition
AIDSAcquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
AIDSAcquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
AIDSAlmost Ideal Demand System
AidSAlles Ist Die Sekte (band; fka Royal TS and Die Sekte)
AIDSAmerican Institute for Decision Sciences
AIDSAircraft Integrated Data System
AIDSAutomatic Installation and Diagnostic Service
AIDSAcquired Iatrogenic Death Syndrome
AIDSAviation Induced Divorce Syndrome :-)
AIDSAirborne Integrated Data System
AIDSAs If Doing Something
AIDSAs I Die Slowly
AIDSApple Infected Disk Syndrome
AIDSAircraft Integrated Data Systems
AIDSArmy Inventory of Data Systems
AIDSAcoustic Intelligence Data System
AIDSAdvanced Integrated Display System
AIDSAirline-Induced Divorce Syndrome (pilot and flight attendant disease; slang)
AIDSAdministrative Information Data System
AIDSAdvanced Integrated Data System
AIDSAutomated Information Data System
AIDSAvionics Integrated Development Schedule
AIDSActivity Information Data System
AIDSAutomated Intelligence Data System
AIDSAbstinence Is Definitely Smart
AIDSAutomatic Integrated Debugging System
AIDSAutomated Information Distribution System
AIDSAir Force Intelligence Data System
AIDSAnalog Inclination Data System
AIDSAcoustic/Attitudinal Information Data
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In April the first International AIDS Conference is held in Atlanta.
which produces AIDS Walk Los Angeles and other walks across the country.
His wife, Melinda, lashed out at political and religious leaders who insist on abstinence to fight AIDS.
In relation to HIV/AIDS, which is increasingly being recognized as a disease of the poor, it would seem reasonable for one to expect a broad agreement to the proposition that it is bad for African people to be dying of AIDS, almost defenseless against it because of their absolute poverty.
While these drugs are expected to give AIDS patients a new lease on life, some African leaders are skeptical that even a 80% cut in price will be enough to make the drugs, which can cost up to $20,000 a year, affordable in the continent.
The therapists working with AIDS patients are not the same as those working with the long term care elderly residents.
This was an unprecedented sum, given that the city's entire AIDS budget for all HIV/AIDS service organizations was set at only $1.
Although people still die of AIDS and related conditions, it is now unusual to lose a friend 6 months after diagnosis.
Victim by victim, AIDS is steadily boring through the heart of the small town of Lavumisa in southern Swaziland.
AIDS is still stigmatized in Africa, and orphans suffer most.
AIDS March, October 8-12, 2005 in Washington DC (September 18-October 8, caravans across the U.
It is almost impossible to grasp the magnitude of the situation, but Susan Hunter's introduction to her book Black Death: AIDS in Africa gives us an idea: