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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?. Question 1. What does HIV stand for?. A Hippos In Venice B H uman Idiopathic Virus C Hell is Vile D Human Immunodeficiency Virus. What does HIV stand for?. A Hippos In Venice B H uman Idiopathic Virus C Hell is Vile D Human Immunodeficiency Virus.

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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?


Question 1


What does HIV stand for?

A Hippos In Venice

B Human Idiopathic Virus

C Hell is Vile

D Human Immunodeficiency Virus


What does HIV stand for?

A Hippos In Venice

B Human Idiopathic Virus

C Hell is Vile

D Human Immunodeficiency Virus


£100


Question 2


What does AIDS stand for?

A Alternative Immune Disease Syndrome

B Alligators In deep swamps

C Acquired Illness Deficiency Syndrome

D Acquired Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome


What does AIDS stand for?

A Alternative Immune Disease Syndrome

B Alligators in Deep Swamps

C Alternative Immune Deficiency Syndrome

D Acquired Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome


£200


Question 3


HIV is a…

A Bacteria

B Virus

C Fungi

D Shampoo


HIV is a…

A Bacteria

B Virus

C Fungi

D Shampoo


£300


Uninfected

HIV

AIDS


Question 4


You can get HIV from…

A Sitting on a toilet seat after an infected person

B Having unprotected sex with an infected person

C Sharing a cup with an infected person

D Holding hands with an infected person


You can get HIV from…

A Sitting on a toilet seat after an infected person

B Having unprotected sex with an infected person

C Sharing a cup with an infected person

D Holding hands with an infected person


£500


Question 5


HIV can be transmitted via..

A The Blood

B The Air

C Snot

D Water


HIV can be transmitted via..

A The Blood

B The Air

C Snot

D Water


£1,000


Question 6


Which is the only way HIV CAN’T be transmitted

A Mother to Baby during pregnancy

B Sharing needles when taking drugs

C Having unprotected sex

D Through Mosquitoes


Which is the only way HIV CAN’T be transmitted

A Mother to Baby during pregnancy

B Sharing needles when taking drugs

C Having unprotected sex

D Through mosquitoes


Methods of Transmission

  • Unprotected sexual intercourse with an infected person

  • Contact with an infected person's blood

  • From mother to unborn child


£2,000


Question 7


How many people in the world currently have HIV?

A 600

B 75 000

C 3,200,000

D 45,000,000


How many people in the world currently have HIV?

A 600

B 75 000

C 3,200,000

D 45,000,000


£4,000


Question 8


What percentage of these are in North America and Europe?

A 0%

B 4.5%

C 13%

D 25%


What percentage of these are in North America and Europe?

A 0%

B 4.5%

C 13%

D 25%


£8,000


Adults and children estimated to be living with HIV, 2005

Eastern Europe & Central Asia

1.5 million

[1.0 – 2.3 million]

Western &

Central Europe

720 000

[550 000 – 950 000]

North America

1.3 million

[770 000 – 2.1 million]

East Asia

680 000

[420 000 – 1.1 million]

North Africa & Middle East

440 000

[250 000 – 720 000]

Caribbean

330 000

[240 000 – 420 000]

South & South-East Asia

7.6 million

[5.1 – 11.7 million]

Sub-Saharan Africa

24.5 million

[21.6 – 27.4 million]

Latin America

1.6 million

[1.2 – 2.4 million]

Oceania

78 000

[48 000 – 170 000]

Total: 38.6 (33.4 – 46.0) million


Question 9


Which age group most commonly get HIV?

A 5 - 10

B 15 - 24

C 25 - 34

D 35 and over


Which age group most commonly get HIV?

A 5 - 10

B 15 - 24

C 25 - 34

D 35 and over


£16,000


Question 10


What Colour is the World AIDS Day Ribbon?

A Red

B Yellow

C Blue

D Pink


What Colour is the World AIDS Day Ribbon?

A Red

B Yellow

C Blue

D Pink


£32,000


Question 11


What is the Best Way to Stop HIV/AIDS?

A Antibiotics

B Prevention

C Antiretrovirals

D Paracetamol


What is the Best Way to Stop HIV/AIDS?

A Antibiotics

B Prevention

C Antiretrovirals

D Paracetamol


£64,000


Question 12


What does ABC Stand for?

A Abstinence, Be Faithful, Use a Condom

B Alligators, Bears and Chimpanzees

C Avoid, Be careful, Use a Condom

D Ask, Be Faithful, Challenge


What does ABC Stand for?

A Abstinence, Be Faithful, Use a Condom

B Alligators, Bears and Chimpanzees

C Avoid, Be careful, Use a Condom

D Ask, Be Careful, Challenge


£125,000


Question 13


How much does an HIV Test Cost?

A 50p

B £1

C £5

D £10


How much does an HIV Test Cost?

A 50p

B £1

C £5

D £10


£250,000


Question 14


30% of new HIV infections in children could be prevented if…

A They all completed primary school

B They drank more water

C They played more football

D They ate more fruit


30% of new HIV infections in children could be prevented if…

A They all completed primary school

B They drank more water

C They played more football

D They ate more fruit


£500,000


Question 15


If you answer this question correctly, you will win 1 million pounds. If SIC UK had this much money, we would...

AGo on a nice holiday

B Buy all of you a new car

C Cure AIDS forever

D Test, Educate and Treat a population of 2 million Africans, and potentially save 360 000 lives.


If you answer this question correctly, you will win 1 million pounds. If SIC UK had this much money, we would...

AGo on a nice holiday

B Buy all of you a new car

C Cure AIDS forever

D Test, Educate and Treat a population of 2 million Africans, and potentially save 360 000 lives.


£1,000,000


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