SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISES, LESSON 3
Human immunodeficiency virus. (3-2a)
HIV is a virus that attacks T-helper cells, cells which regulate our immune system
and protect us from various infectious agents. (para 3-2a)
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
AIDS is a disease that occurs in a person with no known cause for diminished
Sharing of needles.
Maternal-child transmission in utero.
(paras 3-4a(1) through (4))
Cancers. (para 3-5b)
You are correct if you listed any four of the following:
Fever of unknown origin.
(paras 3-7a through f)
Walter Reed Staging Classification System.
Promiscuous individuals. (paras 3-11a(1) through (5))
Avoid sexual contact with those at risk.
Limit the number of sexual partners.
Don't use IV drugs. (paras 3-11a through c)
Fear and panic.
End of Lesson 3
Helplessness. (paras 3-12b(1) through (4))