assuming that ragul lives until adulthood, he could have children. show a punnett square illustrating the likelihood of rahul passing this mutation on if he marries a woman with two normal X chromosomes
there is no cure for hiv, although antiretroviral treatment can control the virus, meaning that people with hiv can live long and healthy lives. most research is looking for a functional cure where hiv is reduced to undetectable and harmless levels in the body permanently, but some residual virus may remain. most commonly hiv-antivirals are taken also known as nucleoside/nucleotide reverse transcriptase inhibitors (nrti's).
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well if this is a real question here you go
they are very similar in the ways they affect the body. they affect the respiratory system and they have similar traits. both viruses evolve rapidly and have exponential growth in the body. both viruses are human to human passed.