(A) Through sexual contact
(B) Through blood transfusion
(C) Through infected needles or syringes
(D) All of these.
The Correct Answer is (D) All of these.
AIDS – Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome.
AIDS is a life-threatening, infectious disease caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).
AIDS is usually the last stage of HIV infection, and at this stage, a person’s immune system becomes too weak to fight any illness or disease.
The different modes of transmission of viruses of aids are:
- Through an unprotected sexual act.
- Through blood transfusion from an infected person.
- Through using used syringes, contaminated razors, needles, dental instruments, injections and other blood products.
- From mother to baby. A pregnant woman can transfer HIV to her baby through the placenta or breastfeeding after birth.
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