January 2007
Ralph;Jan2007, p48
The article focuses on the speculations that AIDS came from people who have had sex with monkeys. Monkeys carry the Simian Immunodeficiency Virus which is very similar to HIV. When monkeys are infected with HIV, the disease lives on them like in humans although the animals do not suffer full-blown AIDS.


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