March 24, 2013

Concerning the HIV/AIDS infection

Which of the options below best describes the length of time from initial infection of an individual with the HIV virus to the time of manifestation of AIDS-related symptoms:

a). Up to but less than 5 years
b). Up to but less than 10 years
c). Between 10 to 30 years
d). All of the above
e). None of the above

The correct answer is E

Option E is the correct one. No one really knows how long it takes HIV to cause AIDS. Time lines vary greatly from person to person, and it depends on many factors, including a person's health status, current and ongoing nutrition status and their health-related behaviors.

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