Is there no cure for AIDS? American basketball star magician Johnson still has nothing to do with AIDS for 30 years

First of all, AIDS is not hopeless. Although most AIDS cannot be cured or cured, if it is discovered early and treated regularly, the life expectancy of AIDS patients is basically the same as that of normal people. Of course, the premise is to find early, regular treatment; but the reality is that it is difficult for someone to discover early, and it is more difficult to adhere to regular treatment. Mention Magic Johnson, a lot of children, may not know, but he is almost the same as Jordan, who is close to his contemporaries. Magic Johnson, won five championships with the Lakers in 1980, 1982, 1985, 1987 and 1988. Become the youngest player ever to be the most valuable player in the Finals (20 years and 276 days). He has won countless awards and made a lot of money. Naturally, when there is money, there will be countless women. In 1991, Johnson was found to be infected with the HIV virus and retired in the same year, but this did not affect him as an NBA50 superstar. Since being infected with HIV, Johnson has insisted on regular cocktail therapy and is still active behind the scenes of basketball, which is called a miracle by many people. 1. What is AIDS? AIDS is called acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Because the human body is infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), also known as HIV, the systemic diseases that are caused by it. Untreated patients, or patients who develop to advanced stages, will be complicated by various serious infections or tumors until death. At present, there are about 40 million people living with HIV / AIDS worldwide. AIDS is an infectious disease. The incubation period of HIV in the human body is about 8 years on average. Before AIDS, people can live and work for many years without any symptoms. 2. Who is susceptible to infection and how to infect According to statistics, about 80% of infected people are between 14-49 years old, men and men, intravenous drugs, behavior with HIV-infected people, and multiple partners are all high-risk groups. The HIV virus is present in the body fluids of infected persons such as blood, semen, vaginal secretions, cerebrospinal fluid, pleural and ascites fluid, amniotic fluid, and milk. Multi-sex, heterosexual, and bisexual sexual transmission can also be transmitted through unsafe needles, blood, tattoos, etc., including intrauterine transmission, childbirth transmission, and breast milk transmission. The status of HIV infection among men and men in China has progressed rapidly, and it has progressed to the stage of AIDS in more than 4-5 years. 3. What will happen after HIV infection? We mentioned above that after HIV infection, the average incubation period is about 8 years. During this period, most people will not have any performance. Because of this, it provides a hot spot for HIV carriers to continue to infect others. Early manifestations often appear 2-4 weeks after infection. Fever, nausea, vomiting, night sweats, diarrhea, rash, joint pain, and lymphadenopathy may occur. Most patients have mild symptoms and relieve themselves 1-3 weeks later. The asymptomatic period is about 6-10 years latent, and the speed of progress has a lot to do with the type of infection, the number of viruses, the route of infection, my body’s immunity, nutrition level, living conditions, whether to treat, etc. During this period, regardless of the replication of the virus, the immune system is damaged, the lymph nodes are enlarged, and so on, but generally it will not attract attention. Various infections during the AIDS phase may involve multiple infections such as breathing, digestion, nerves, skin, and eyes. There may be persistent fever, or night sweats, diarrhea, decreased signs, headache, epilepsy, mental problems, memory loss, and personality changes; more lymph nodes continue to swell; retinitis, trigeminal neuralgia, condyloma acuminatum. There may also be various cancers, such as lymphoma, Kaposi’s sarcoma with lower extremity skin, leg and oral mucosa damage, invasive cervical tumors, etc., which eventually lead to death. HIV-1 / 2 antibody test (+) can confirm the diagnosis! Fourth, how to treat AIDS There is still no effective drug for the cure of HIV. The current treatment is to suppress the virus replication to the greatest extent, so that the immune system of the infected person can work normally, thereby reducing complications and mortality. At present, the most commonly used is antiviral treatment, which is the cocktail treatment used by magician Johnson, which is a highly effective combination of anti-transcriptional virus treatment combined with a variety of antiviral drugs. At present, there are 6 major categories of more than 30 kinds of drugs in the world that can be used to treat AIDS. If the patient fails to adhere to the medication or cannot tolerate the treatment, the immune deficiency will increase, and the infected person will quickly develop to the AIDS stage, resulting in infection or tumor, leading to death. 5. Why Johnson is still alive after HIV infection