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What is the causative microorganism of HIV?

Causative Microorganisms


HIV is another infamous condition that has seen a significant increase in prevalence in the past few years. HIV is a condition that slowly disables the body’s immune system, leaving it with no defenses and highly susceptible to various opportunistic conditions. The human immunodeficiency virus causes it, and in its late stages, the condition is then known as AIDS or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.


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