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An analysis of Annual Sentinel Surveillance data (2003-2005) shows that female sex workers (FSWs), men-who- have-sex-with-men (MSM) and injecting drug users (IDUs) have disproportionately higher incidence of HIV infection.

Whereas HIV prevalence in the general population is 0.88 percent, its prevalence among FSWs is 8.44%, IDUs 10.16%, MSM 8.74% and among the attendees of STD clinics it is 5.66%.

INTRODUCTION AIDS is caused by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It may also spread through the use of infected syringes of HIV infected people and blood transfusions.

HIV kills or damages the body's immune system cells. The first signs of AIDS is influenza (flu) like symptoms or may be swollen glands but at times symptoms might not appear. Generally, blood test is done to confirm the diagnosis.

Private sector, civil society organisations, networks of people living with HIV/AIDS and government departments all have a crucial role in prevention, care, support, treatment and service delivery.

Technical and financial resources of the development partners are leveraged to achieve the objectives of the programme.

Certain conditions may lead to a false positive result, such as Lyme disease,syphilis, and lupus.

Western Blot: A positive ELISA test is always followed by a Western blot test which confirm the HIV infection.

Rapid or point-of-care tests: The rapid test is an immunoassay used for screening, and it produces quick results, in 20 minutes or less.*NHP provides indicative information for better understanding of health.For any treatment and diagnosis purpose you should consult your physician. MANAGEMENT Definitive cure for AIDS is yet to be disocvered.Window period: There is a period of time between HIV infection and the appearance of anti-HIV antibodies that can be measured which is called "window period".Antibody tests may give false negative (no antibodies are detected despite the presence of HIV) results during the window period, an interval of three weeks to six months between the time of HIV infection and the production of measurable antibodies to HIV sero conversion.

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