Is AIDS a Communicable Disease?

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Yes, AIDS is a communicable disease. AIDS is a disease that attacks a persons immune system. HIV is the disease that leads to AIDS.
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A communicable disease is one which is transferred from individual to individuals throughout the community due to regular activities and contact.
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There are numerous common communicable diseases, such as throat colds and the flu. They often produce symptoms like sore throat, runny nose, coughing, sneezing, headache, fever and
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Report communicable diseases within 24 hours of diagnosis. It is especially important to notify you local Department of Health (DOH) if the disease is quarantinable. Each state has
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Aids mean tools so your question is what are the tools of communication. Anything that we use to communicate with other people are tools of communication for example telephone, email
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