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"…West Africa, where the infect have a change of survival." =} "…West Africa, where the infected have a chance of survival."

"A person infect with HIV" =} "A person infected with HIV

"they must continue to evolved in order to make…" =} "they must continue to evolve in order to make…"

Attention à la prononciation de certains mots comme : "idea", "living", though", "how", "acquired", "responsible","fatal", "HIV", "blood", "theme", "established", "centres", "addressed", "results", " intervene", " emphasize", "available"

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The idea of progress

Today I will talk about the notion idea of progress. This notion can be defined as an improvement, development or change, scientific or social, a an advance that would allow people to have better living conditions and feel happier. Even though most people think that progress is beneficial it is still debated because some people fear it. Today I would wil talk about AIDS. So we can ask ourselves how has AIDS prevention evolved?

In paragraph 1 we will talk about AIDS

And in paragraph 2 we will talk about the evolution of prevention and screening

AIDS or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is the terminal stage of virus ingection which causes the destruction of immune system cells by a retrovirus. There are several retroviruses responsible for AIDS, the most important being HIV, infecting humans who which are divided into 2 groups :

HIV-1, which is generally fatal and present worldwide and HIV-2, which is located mainly in West Africa, where the infected have a chance of survival.

A person infected with HIV does not yet have AIDS, they are said to be HIV positive. There are several modes of transmission: sexual voice transmission, blood-voice blood transmission and mother-to-child transmission during pregnancy. It is a progressive destruction of the immune system that kills an average of 3 million people a year.

The place of screening in prevention has undergone very important developments. This theme was not established until 1995-96. Initially, the main purpose of the communication was to provide information on screening sites and to refer people who wished to test have access to anonymous and free screening centres closest to home. In 1998, the theme was addressed for the first time on television following therapeutic advances aimed at raising awareness of the importance of risk management. In 2002, the "Test is Important to Know" campaign approached the results of the screening tests as information to be exchanged between partners and presented screening as part of preventive behaviour. Today we find many AIDS prevention campaigns. We find it in different forms: TV commercials, audios, large preventive posters, conferences. In addition, some associations intervene in colleges Junior-high schools, high schools and hospitals to do promote__ prevention close to young people.

In conclusion, it is necessary to emphasize the importance of screening. No vaccinations are available to date, and there is no cure for AIDS. You have to think about protecting yourself, and above all, talking about it and getting tested.

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