AIDS is considered as a dangerous disease which once infects human beings would remain forever in his body till death. It is a communicable disease meaning it can be transferred from one person to another person and unfortunately, there is no medicine which can completely cure AIDS and can make a person healthy and normal again.
However, there are some medicines which can only control AIDS from further spreading, but taking precautions is necessary. After seeing the extent of AIDS spreading in whole world, UN decided to curb this disease worldwide, that’s why ‘World AIDS Day’ is celebrated on 1st December every year.
Ten Lines on AIDS in English
We are providing 10 lines, 5 lines, 20 lines, few lines and sentences on AIDS in English for Class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. You can add these lines in your essay and paragraph writing in your exams as well as in the school competitions. So, let's start reading and getting the one best for you:
10 Lines on AIDS
1) AIDS is a disease which is called as ‘Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome’.
2) AIDS is caused to humans by a virus called HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus).
3) HIV virus attacks the immune system of a body and makes the body completely weak.
4) AIDS can be caused by infected needles and blood, from infected mother to her child etc.
5) AIDS is incurable, only it can be controlled by taking certain medicines.
6) People who have AIDS are not respected in the society and everywhere they face humiliation.
7) The insult of AIDS affected people implies that there is lack of information in society.
8) The only way to fight AIDS is to spread information and awareness among people.
9) Government and NGOs have started campaign to create and spread awareness in society.
10) Different hospitals and clinics are also providing free medical check-up regarding AIDS.
10 Lines and Sentences on AIDS
1) World’s AIDS day is celebrated every year on 1st December to create awareness among the people about the deadly disease AIDS.
3) Researches found that AIDS originated in western-central part of Africa in early 20th century inside Apes and Chimpanzees.
4) AIDS was first recognised by the ‘Centre for Diseases Control and Prevention’ (CDC) in 1981 along with its causes.
5) In India in the year 2018, there were more than 21 million people who got affected with HIV.
6) Maharashtra registers the highest number of people getting affected by AIDS in the year 2018.
6) 37 million people around the world are living with HIV and almost 9.5 million people died in 2017 due to AIDS.
7) In order to prevent AIDS from spreading further, we must form a team of volunteers to create awareness among people regarding its prevention and causes.
8) Rigorous seminars must be conducted involving the civil society and NGOs to spread awareness among the people.
9) Free medical camps, counselling as well as treatment in hospitals and clinics must be conducted on a yearly basis.
10) We as a human being must try to co-operate with the AIDS affected patients and try to give them emotional support and care.
5 Lines on AIDS
1) Aids is also known as Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
2) It is a communicable disease.
3) It affects the immune system.
4) It can cause death.
5) It is caused by Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).
20 Lines on AIDS
1) AIDS is caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, which weakens the human's natural immunity.
2) If a normal person comes in contact with the HIV infected person's semen, vaginal discharge, or blood, he or she may have AIDS.
3) A person who has HIV virus in the body but does not show signs of AIDS is called HIV positive.
4) Anti retroviral therapies are used in the treatment of AIDS.
5) The main purpose of these medicines is to strengthen the body's immunity and cure opportunistic diseases.
6) Scientists are discovering new medicines for AIDS but in real sense, prevention of AIDS is the better treatment for AIDS.
7) To protect against AIDS, contact with semen, vaginal discharge or blood of an infected person should be avoided.
8) In the absence of education, people often use infected needles and blades; this is also a big reason for spreading AIDS.
9) People with HIV positive do not show any symptoms of AIDS initially but it reflexes after a long time.
10) The government should make people aware of AIDS as well as spread awareness through education by various means only then AIDS can be fought.
11) AIDS is a serious disease, but not the end of life.
12) There was a time when taking the name of AIDS in India or asking any question related to it was considered equal to a sin.
13) HIV was first found in animals in the early 19th century.
14) Every year since 1988, December 1st is celebrated as World AIDS Day.
15) Although there has been a decline in AIDS cases in the last few years according to health reports, even today, about 2.5 million people in the country are suffering from this terrible disease.
16) Being HIV positive or AIDS is not a disease in itself; rather it reduces the body's ability to fight against diseases and causes various types of illnesses.
17) In fact, after the entry of HIV into the body, the body's resistance gradually decreases and the virus causing many diseases and infections starts attacking the body.
18) This is because HIV (the virus that causes AIDS) attacks the lymphatic cell, a resistant substance present in the blood.
19) There are continuous revisions on the treatment of AIDS in many countries, and the search for vaccines to treat and avoid it is going on.
20) The medicines like Triplune of Cipla are expensive, the annual cost per person is around Rs 15,000 per month and it is not easily available everywhere.
AIDS is dangerous disease which once infects a person, doesn’t leave him till his death. It slowly destroys the immune system of the body. The person gets prone to the various infections because of the declining immune system and dies one day. With the advancement of medical science, there are several new medicines which can control AIDS and can bring a good and a healthy life to a person. Highly active antiretroviral therapy has helped AIDS affected people to the larger extent by improving their health condition.