HIV related Opportunistic Diseases

People with advanced HIV infection are vulnerable to infections or malignancies that are called “opportunistic” because they take advantage of the opportunity offered by a weakened immune system. Various treatments and prophylaxis—some simple and low-cost, others highly complex and expensive—exist to counter the most common opportunistic diseases, but delivery systems and funding are insufficient in many parts of the world to ensure their universal use.

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