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Jan 9, 2024

[Answer] 4. Which disease was first discovered in the 1980's following a large number of gay men becoming ill?

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...1. Chlamydia 2. Tuberculosis 3. SARS 4. AIDS/HIV HIV/AIDS first gained the attention of health care professionals in 1981 when large numbers of gay men in the USA started to develop rare cancers and failed to respond to common treatments for a variety of curable diseases. It has since been discovered that a man in Africa had the virus in his blood in a sample from 1959 and a teenager in the US also had the virus present in a sample of his blood taken in 1969.




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AIDS/HIV:


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