Is there a cure for AIDS?
There is currently no actual cure for AIDS, but there are drugs which are used to slow down the effects of AIDS. Unfortunately, it costs too much for the majority of people infected with the AIDS virus (HIV) to afford the drugs on their own.
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no there is no cure for aids but there is a treatment that helps it do less harm to ur body
There is no cure for AIDS, there has been only one person cured of HIV who was cured through intensive stem-cell treatment.
There is no cure.. You can only try to suppress it so that the patient will live longer. It will still kill them though in the end.
Unfortunately their is no cure for aids. Fortunately a place in Miami had cured aids on some people. But their is still no cure because they are still testing this medicine. S…o we are very very close from finding a cure for aids. Hopefully they can get this cure out in no time.
no viral disease has a cure because viruses do not have anything to target like bacteria.
It probably can be already. One day the cure will be readily available its just a mater of time.
30th dec 2012
There is not, in early 2013, a cure for AIDS.
No, there is no cure for AIDS. But there has been tremendous advances made in the treatment of AIDS that not only can prolong the patient's life a long time, but also greatly… improves their quality of life.
You can cure aids like any other disease. By strengthening your immune system.
There is still NO cure for AIDS. Although scientists continue to research the disease, there isn't a vaccine yet either - and there probably won't be for another 10 or even 20… years. Once infected, there is no way to get the virus out of your body. However, there are some drugs which help to slow down the damage HIV does to your immune system and therefore slow down the onset of AIDS. There are also other drugs to prevent or treat some of the opportunistic infections (OIs) that affect people with HIV/AIDS Currently the most successful treatments are combination or "cocktail" therapies, where HIV patients take a range of different antiretroviral drugs such as reverse transcriptase inhibitors (like AZT) and protease inhibitors (like Amprenavir). But these drugs are extremely expensive and unavailable in many parts of the world. They can also cause a number of difficult side effects and for about 20% of patients they do not work at all. Don't be complacent - improved treatments do not mean that HIV/AIDS has become a manageable condition. HIV is a constantly changing and mutating virus and if doses of medication are missed, infected people can become immune to the very drugs they are taking. This can seriously limit future treatment options. If you are HIV positive, the most important thing is to lead a healthy life and take good care of your body by eating well and exercising.
There is currently no cure for AIDS or HIV virus infection. There are many anti-retroviral therapies that are incredibly successful in preventing HIV infection from transition…ing to AIDS.
Currently, there is no cure for AIDS or the HIV virus.
No - there are drugs that can control the symptoms of HIV/AIDS but there is no cure