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HIV/AIDS in Society • The human immune system has several components and works well to protect us from disease. How then, do we explain illness? • We know that specific antibodies are created in response to specific antigens. Antibodies target and kill the invading antigens, protecting us from disease. If this is so, how would you explain why the HIV virus (an antigen) survives and is not killed by antibodies? • The HIV virus is a lentivirus. What health implications does this have for the person infected with the virus

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