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T-cells are targeted as the AIDS parasitizes the CD4+ molecules on their surface. Our body fights back the HIV infections producing another 2 billion cells to replace the infected ones stabilizing the T-cells count temporarily. Yet from day one, the T-cells fight a losing battle. Although HIV target T-cells and other cells in the body, HIV thrives mainly in the lymph nodes and the other immune parts of our body.

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