Friday , May 20 2022

Every 5 hours, HIV begins to die in Argentina- Aire de Santa Fe


In the World AIDS Day Against AIDS Statistics are disturbing. Every year there is a million people killed everywhere HIV.

Miguel Pedrola, Latin American and Caribbean Scientific Director, AIDS Health Foundation, said Aire de Santa Fe, a five-hour-old man dying of HIV in Argentina.

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"We see the matter as an old movie, unfortunately, the film has not yet finished, if it is invested in HIV, but it seems that it is not the main goals, especially for those who need to determine budgets in Argentina and the world."

In the country, next year, the budget will decrease by 20%. Just keep the same budget on weight.

The prices of medicines are in dollars. The next year the treatments would be a problem and even more with prevention.

"The matter has always been debated. Buying condoms has fallen, preventive campaigns are not important, the dissemination and maintenance of the program is essential," warned Pedrola.

Comprehensive sexual education law

Pedrola is entitled to educate all people.

He said that the paternalistic situation should be ignored. Understand the ability to define people.

"When religion accepts, it becomes difficult to confuse the debate between the state and religious beliefs and apply a law that does not need to be enforced."

If we get 90% of people who know and treat and if you do treatment, we will end the AIDS epidemic by 2030, not HIV.

"Keeping the promise is our motto, it is done by political leaders of the world but they do not meet," he concluded.

The G20 is the leading international forum for economic, financial and political cooperation. Among these goals, they can create public policies that address the main challenges and solutions.

Member States account for 85% of global gross product, two thirds of the world's population and 80% of international trade.

During the conference, the main leaders of the world will agree on a document that emphasizes sustainable and sustainable development.

Although the decision to control the HIV epidemic is taken, the final document does not include HIV among its priorities.

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