A Bachelor of Arts Degree in HIV-AIDS is a complete guide for people living with HIV-AIDS. This Self-Educational Guide is the easy way to learn and get all of the facts about HIV-AIDS from A-Z. under one cover. Today, People are living longer, healthier HIV-positive lives because of the progress done in research and the many Antiretroviral medications that are now available and approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA). There is a small group of HIV patients who develop AIDS very slowly, or never at all. This book was written so that, you too, may be one of them. This book tells you everything you need to know from prevention to cure.Whether HIV-AIDS has been around for 30 years or 100 years, the reality is that it is still a threat, now more than ever, and it appears not to be going away for some time to come. Approximately 5,000,000 people are affected Worldwide with HIV of which 1,200,000 are Americans. HIV is not the only incurable, terminal disease out there because Hepatitis C has joined it's rank, and it is estimated that 1-9 African American males between the ages of 40-49 are infected with Hepatitis C which can be transmitted by oral, anal, or vaginal sex. This disease can be treated with medications for a long period, but eventually, it kills by cirrhosis of the liver, kidney failure, or Pancreatic cancer. Both of these terminal diseases are discussed in this Guide, extensively, because, ultimately, anyone who has tested positive for HIV, and who has, also, contracted Hepatitis C is, immediately, diagnosed with Full-Blown AIDS. You are Greater than AIDS because it is preventable.