It is very important to understand the difference between the two diseases as they are classified as being very dangerous. At the same time, they differ considerably with regard to the way they spread across the populations (Kuriansky, 2016). According to the world health organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) the main concern linked to any disease is linked to the rate and nature in which it spreads. When compared, EBOLA and AIDS spread in relatively the same manner but at a different rate which results in making one disease be classified as being less dangerous to the human population.
Today HIV patient can get Antiviral therapy which helps reduce an amount of the HIV virus cells in the body thus allowing the body immunity strengthen and avoid deteriorating. Another important factor linked to the management of HIV and AIDS is the management of opportunistic infections which tend to attack the body due to the weakening immune system. This requires treatment at an early stage to prevent their spread. In addition to the above, a high protein and balanced diet is also advised as this will help strengthen the immune system (Smith, 2009).