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HIV/AIDS Patients Dendied Treatment in Chinese Hospitals

Posted by w_thames_the_d on May 17, 2011


From the chinadaily
BEIJING – People living with HIV and AIDS in China are routinely denied treatment in mainstream hospitals and face widespread medical discrimination due to fear and ignorance about the disease, according to a study released on Tuesday by the United Nations’ International Labour Organization (ILO).
Healthcare providers deny treatment for sufferers or transfer them to designated infectious disease hospitals, falsely citing the protection of other patients or using a lack of resources as an excuse, the report said.

2 Responses to “HIV/AIDS Patients Dendied Treatment in Chinese Hospitals”

  1. […] rest is here: HIV/AIDS Patients Dendied Treatment in Chinese Hospitals … This entry was posted in hiv and tagged aids, china, disease, hiv, mainstream-hospitals, people, […]

  2. Shiri said

    The re:solve AIDS project is raising money to get a promising AIDS vaccine through human testing so that it can be produced and made available to everyone who needs it. http://bit.ly/e4ehI7

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