10 Quiz on World AIDS Vaccine Day 2023

 

  1. What does AIDS stand for? a) Acquired Immuno Disease Syndrome b) Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome c) Autoimmune Immunity Disorder Syndrome d) Autoimmune Immuno Disease Syndrome

Answer: b) Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

  1. What is the main cause of HIV transmission? a) Airborne particles b) Touching contaminated surfaces c) Sharing needles or syringes d) Ingesting contaminated food or water

Answer: c) Sharing needles or syringes

  1. Which cells does the HIV virus primarily target and infect? a) Red blood cells b) Platelets c) CD4 cells d) White blood cells

Answer: c) CD4 cells

  1. What is the significance of a CD4 cell count of less than 200? a) It indicates a high risk of developing HIV infection. b) It indicates a high risk of transmitting HIV to others. c) It signifies a diagnosis of AIDS. d) It signifies a diagnosis of acute retroviral syndrome.

Answer: c) It signifies a diagnosis of AIDS.

  1. Which of the following is NOT a symptom of HIV infection? a) Enlarged glands b) Joint pain c) Unintentional weight gain d) Red rashes on the body

Answer: c) Unintentional weight gain

  1. How long does it generally take for someone with HIV to develop AIDS if left untreated? a) 1-2 years b) 5-10 years c) 15-20 years d) 25-30 years

Answer: b) 5-10 years

  1. Is AIDS a curable disease? a) Yes, it can be completely cured with proper treatment. b) No, there is currently no cure for AIDS. c) Yes, but only through surgery. d) No, but it can be managed with lifestyle changes.

Answer: b) No, there is currently no cure for AIDS.

  1. What is the main goal of World AIDS Vaccine Day (HVAD)? a) To raise awareness about AIDS treatment options b) To celebrate the discovery of an HIV vaccine c) To educate communities about the importance of preventive HIV vaccine research d) To provide free HIV testing to the public

Answer: c) To educate communities about the importance of preventive HIV vaccine research

  1. Which organization leads the observance of World AIDS Vaccine Day? a) World Health Organization (WHO) b) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) c) National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) d) United Nations AIDS (UNAIDS)

Answer: c) National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID)

  1. How does HIV weaken the immune system? a) By attacking and destroying red blood cells b) By targeting and infecting the brain cells c) By reducing the production of white blood cells d) By causing an overactive immune response

Answer: c) By reducing the production of white blood cells

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