Visiting Healthline's website, selecting the "HIV" option under "Health Topics," and finding the "Famous Faces of HIV and AIDS" article lets you access photos of 16 celebrities who suffer from HIV. To access photos of pe... More »

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Pictures of swollen tonsils can be found online at the official sites of WebMD and American Family Physician. A condition called tonsillitis, which is caused by a bacterial or viral infection, leads to swollen tonsils, a... More »

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Photos of melanoma, a type of skin cancer, can be found on various medical websites such as WebMD, Healthline and MedicineNet. Several medical organizations, including Mayo Clinic and the American Cancer Society, also pr... More »

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In a minority of people infected with HIV, the disease never progresses to AIDS, as noted in the journal "AIDS Research and Treatment." Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is the final stage of HIV infection, after the im... More »

As of 2014, HIV turns into AIDS in an average of eight to 11 years, according to Aids.org. The rate varies by person, and is influenced by a person's health status and behaviors. Medical treatments slow down the rate at ... More »

HIV, the human immunodeficiency virus, is the virus that causes AIDS. This disease suppresses the body's ability to fight infections and weakens the immune system by killing vital T-cells, according to WebMD. More »

HIV, human immunodeficiency virus, and AIDS, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, are diseases that attack infected human bodies by progressively weakening the immune system, according to AIDS.gov. HIV is a sexually trans... More »

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