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The Optimum Food for AIDS Patients’  Health Support
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Poster Title: The Optimum Food for AIDS Patients’ Health Support
Submitted on 01 Dec 2018
Author(s): Abu_bakir Imad hamdi under the supervision of Dr reem Abu Assi
Affiliations: International AIDS day
This poster was presented at College of pharmacy Al-kitab university
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Abstract: As a person with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS), is susceptible to many types of infection, like those that can be brought on by disease-causing bacteria and other
pathogens that cause foodborne illness. This could be due to untreated or contaminated water, unpasteurized
(“raw”) milk, and raw or undercooked meat, poultry, or shellfish. Major pathogens that cause foodborne illness
in patients .
The four basic steps to stay safe as an AIDS/HIV patient
Clean,separate,cook,chill
Summary: Identify the bacteria that cause HIV and pathogens in food and ways to prevent these diseasesReferences: Food Safety for HIV/AIDS Patients, accessed online on 22 Nov. 2018 at
https://www.foodsafety.gov/risk/hiv/index.html
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