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What is that?
I'm sorry dear, but you have contracted HIV.
HIV is a retrovirus that enters helper T cells, disabling them for future use.
There, it changes the DNA in your helper T cell, forcing your cell to make more of the virus.
There is a treatment for this though. The medicine will stop and destroy viruses.
If you stop, however, the virus will return.
Unfortunately, some people cannot afford the medicines.
I'm sorry. I cannot give you the medicine anymore without funding.
Now, there is hope for new treatments. Scientists hope to cut out the virus DNA.
This will prevent new viruses from being created by the helper T cells.
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