Tony Perkins died of AIDS: Are we ever going to be able to completely get rid of AIDS?

  • At some point we will probably conquer AIDS

    Conquering AIDS probably will occur at some point given the rapid technological progress that Humanity is making. HIV may never be conquered. However, AIDS has already been greatly curtailed with drug cocktails. It seems that scientists or AI will with vast troves of data be able to come up with a solution in due course.

  • Yes, we will eventually be able to eradicate AIDS.

    Yes, eventually it will be possible to eradicate AIDS. With increased education, testing and pharmaceutical advancements, the rate of transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that causes AIDS continues to decrease. Eventually, it should be possible to reduce the rate of transmission to zero, and then the focus of the medical community can shift completely to the treatment and possible cure of those suffering from HIV and AIDS. The best outcome would be the discovery of a cure for AIDS, but even without that, if those with the disease are no longer transmitting it, AIDS will eventually be eradicated.

  • Yes, there are advances.

    There have been great advancements in the field of HIV and AIDS in the past decade or so. AIDS was a big problem when it hit in the early 1990s. In that time, researchers have come very close to even developing a vaccine for AIDS. With a few generations of the vaccine, the disease could be wiped out completely.

  • No, we are never going to be able to completely get rid of AIDS.

    Unfortunately, it seems as though the AIDS virus is here to stay. While the origins of the virus are unclear, there can be no doubt that it has decimated large populations across the globe. Until global inequality is addressed in a more serious way, people will lack the education and resources to stop the transmission of AIDS, even if a cure is discovered.

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