In April Living with HIV / AIDS launches campaign against illegal clinicsThe Indian Network for People Living with HIV / AIDS has launched a national campaign against illegal clinics whose workers claim to cure HIV / AIDS with herbal and homeopathic treatments to life, Reuters reported. According to Reuters, many HIV-positive people in the country, go to the illegal clinics because they can not afford private treatment rooms stendra effectiveness read more . Moreover, the government is healthcare health has with inadequate treatment. Caused discrimination and stigmatization of HIV positive people in the hospitals also have some people who are clinics that visit advertise in newspapers, posters, leaflets and graffiti.
The project is fundedRegistered invited to NQF ESRD Project The American Association of Kidney Patients is pleased to announce, Roberta Wager, was invited to the combined Steering Committee / Technical Panel project National Voluntary Consensus standards for End Stage Renal Disease care. Wager is the president of the AAKP, a registered nurse and renal health counselor, and a two – time kidney transplant recipient.
Adding be Medicare charges of Preventive Care, Opinion Piece States reducing Physicians John Knowles is in 1975 wrote a book identify lack an emphasis on preventive as a shortcoming of the U.S. Health system, and has since the shift towards preventing and recognition is beneficial, ,, Harry Goldberg , vice president the Center for Medicine Hat in the Public Interest, writes in one Washington Times guest Comment. Wrote writes: In general, more the people regard themselves in the good to excellent health now is than approximately a decade ago. Adding: like to thank expenditure on spending on health technologies, or preventing the emergence of diseases many of these earnings. .