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Who can get AIDS? The risk groups
The cause of AIDS
Transmission of the AIDS virus
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Acquired Immune Deficiency activity Africa AIDS epidemic AIDS patients AIDS virus AIDS-related anal intercourse antibodies antibodies to HTLV-III antigen bisexual blood donors blood products Blood Transfusion Blood Transfusion Service body bone marrow cancer cellular immune clinical contaminated Cytomegalovirus developing AIDS diagnosis diarrhoea donated Epstein-Barr virus exposure factor VIII fully-expressed AIDS genetic haemophiliacs Haiti Health hepatitis B virus herpes heterosexual high risk homo homosexuals Hospital HTLV HTLV-III antibodies HTLV-III infection immune system immunological immunosuppressive increased individuals interferon intravenous drug abusers Kaposi's sarcoma laboratory LAV/HTLV-III lesions leukaemia London lymph nodes lymphocytes lymphoma malignant needles nitrite nucleic acid opportunistic infections P.O. Box patients with AIDS plasma Pneumocystis carinii Regional Transfusion Centre reported response risk groups semen sexual contact sexual partners skin specific symptoms T-cell T-helper cells T-lymphocyte Table Terrence Higgins Trust tion tissue transmission treatment tumour United Kingdom vaccine viruses white blood cells