The HIV virus is a viral factor, also known as the human failure virus. After it was defined in the 90’s, it has become a more prominent viral factor.
In our country, the number of cases has increased rapidly since the 90s.
This factor, after being taken sexually, after unprotected sexual intercourse, affects the basic cells of the immune system, which we call T lymphocytes, and leads to loss of function, and can be seen with some cancer tables or tables, which we call lymphoma with pneumonia, which we call opportunistic infection, or gastroenteritis or diarrhea. It is a serious disease that can result in death after many years if it is not.