AIDS is one of the diseases that human beings have not yet overcome, but researchers have never given up their research. Even some researchers have started searching for methods from traditional Chinese medicine.
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome, also known as "acquired immune deficiency syndrome", is a transliteration of the English abbreviation "AIDS".
AIDS On November 21, 2005, combined with the National AIDS Program and the World Health Organization, the number of people infected with AIDS will reach 40.3 million worldwide. In 2005, the number of new infections was 4.9 million, and 3.1 million people died of AIDS. At present, there are 15000 new cases of HIV and 8000 deaths caused by AIDS every day in the world. Approximately 5 million people worldwide are infected with HIV every year. The disease was first reported in the United States in June 1981. So far, it has spread to nearly 100 countries in the world AIDS testing paper, China is no exception. At the end of June 1985, the first case of AIDS was discovered at Beijing Union Medical College Hospital. Since 1994 in China. The number of AIDS cases and the number of people affected by HIV have rapidly increased, and all provinces and regions in the country have been spared, but Yunnan, Xinjiang, Sichuan and other places are the most profound. By the end of August 2005, the country had reported 132545 cases of HIV infection, 30158 cases of AIDS among them, and 7643 deaths. So far, there is no cure for AIDS.
Diversified clinical symptoms:
Some patients only have symptoms of colds, but they do not develop symptoms and instead become asymptomatic poisons; Some patients have fever, headache, pharyngitis, cough, rash, muscle pain, joint pain, fatigue, aversion, loss of appetite, abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloody stools, weight loss, convulsions, tumors, deep secondary infections, neck, armpit or inguinal showers, white blood cell and thrombocytopenia. Finally, due to the collapse of the patient's immune system, it quickly died. The characteristic of this disease is that it spreads rapidly, with the majority of asymptomatic carriers scattered and difficult to detect. The ambush period is long, usually ranging from 6 months to 2 years, making it difficult to detect, diagnose, and treat early. The condition is dangerous and the mortality rate is high, with most patients dying within one year after diagnosis. According to current discussions, this disease is T-cell leukemia type III (HTLV - III). Sexually transmitted diseases are important pathways of transmission through sexual communication, followed by blood contamination and perinatal mother to child transmission. The rest, such as tears and saliva, can also spread. Preventive measures mainly include preventing sexual transmission and providing pathogen disease testing for blood bank and blood product donors. The etiology and pathogenesis of this disease have not been clearly discussed, and there are currently no ambitious treatment methods that are widely concerned in the medical community. China has organized traditional Chinese medicine experts to participate in the thinking of disease prevention both domestically and internationally.