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The idea of progress

AIDS was discovered in the early 1980s, the first symptoms appeared in the homosexual community. It was called "gay plague" because the only cases were homosexual men. But a few years later, scientists discovered that AIDS is was transmitted by blood, so we discover discovered that it is an immunodeficiency disease where the immune system is was weakened, so we can ask ourselves the question of how has this research has evolved from 1980 the 1980s to today in America?

In 1980 the 1980s, an unknown disease hit the country, the most affected population remained men who had homosexual relations, hence the nickname "gay plague" of this disease. These men contracted cases of a rare lung infection called Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia or an unusually aggressive cancer called Kaposi's Sarcoma. In 1983, when cases of heterosexual women appeared, researchers said the disease was not related to homosexuality. People avoided contact with others and it was thought that a few months later researchers at the Pasteur Institute discovered that it was a new virus that was striking worldwide, and that its transmission routes were not by air or by eating contaminated food but by blood. Preventive measures are now were being taken, such as condoms and a ban on sharing needles and syringes. This virus caused 1.5 million deaths between 1980 and 2000.

Today, more than 32 million people have died of AIDS, at the time being diagnosed seropositive was a death sentence, but today, thanks to antiretroviral treatments keeping patients' viral loads low helps keep their immune systems strong. This antiretroviral treatment has turned AIDS into a chronic disease, allowing patients to live an almost normal life. Despite this treatment there is still no vaccine. However a progress the number of people infected with AIDS decreases every year. We now know the origin of AIDS, which is transmitted by gorillas or chimpanzees, and this discovery could perhaps help researchers find a cure for this disease.

At the time, it was not known where the disease originated and how it was transmitted worldwide, causing many deaths, but today, thanks to the discoveries and the means of prevention made available, fewer people would die of AIDS each year.

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