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AIDSAcquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
AIDSAcquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
AIDSAlmost Ideal Demand System
AIDSAmerica Is Dying Slowly (album)
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
AIDSAcoustic Intelligence Data System
AIDSArmy Inventory of Data Systems
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
AIDSAutomatic Integrated Debugging System
AIDSAbstinence Is Definitely Smart
AIDSAutomated Information Distribution System
AIDSAir Force Intelligence Data System
AIDSAnalog Inclination Data System
AIDSAcoustic/Attitudinal Information Data
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Add to this the already rich tapestry of cooperative bilateral programs in health care, fighting dread diseases such as human immuno-deficiency virus and acquired immune deficiency syndrome, polio and tuberculosis, educational exchanges, agricultural programs, and military training, and it is clear that the opportunities for India and U.S.
The court found that the inmate's exposure to a cellmate suffering from acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) did not violate his rights, even though he was splashed in the eye with vomit from the cellmate, where the i nmate had not since been tested as HIV positive.
AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) is a deadly disease believed to have originated in Africa in the 1950s.
recorded a case of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) in Jamaica in 1982, and within 14 years the number ballooned to over 10,000, reports CANA (November 15, 1998):
The body of knowledge associated with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) represents complexity not present in any other disease.
His enemy: AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome), the fatal disease caused by HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus).
In 1993, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported 103,500 new cases of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) among people in the United States over the age of 13, an increase of 111 percent over the cases reported in 1992.(1) While this increase resulted from the expansion of the AIDS surveillance case definition in 1993, it is significantly higher than the CDC's anticipated estimate of a 75 percent increase.
The Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is a serious illness and a public health crisis that merits the concern of everyone.
HIV means Human Immunodeficiency Virus, which is a germ that can enter the body and cause AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome).
Doctors eventually named this elusive condition, which is really a myriad of diseases, acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS).
From the time it was publicly identified in 1981 through September 30, 1992, acquired immune deficiency syndrome has been diagnosed in 242,146 persons in the United States, of whom 160,372 have died.
No disease in recent memory has caused such public alarm so rapidly as acquired immune deficiency syndrome. The disease is now seen as a general threat and research to fight it is being heavily funded by many governments.
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