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Conditions Of The HIV/AIDS Patients In The Mizo Society

hey are HIV positive revealed shocking results that 1253 were positive for HIV but the doctors fear that the number could be more.

Dr Jeremy Vanchhawng working at the Bethesda Hospital reported that many blood samples were tested HIV positive but the rules and regulations of the hospital prevents from informing the patients if they were not enrolled themselves voluntarily.

Apart from the ignorance the HIV patients face a lot of problems in the treatment facilities offered to them. A test to detect CD4 in the blood of the patients is still not within their reach. Anti-retroviral treatment (ART) will cost around 1600/month and has to be continued throughout his lifetime, which is not affordable by many patients. The second problem being the side-effects affecting the liver and steroid relating problems where the patient has to switch over to the alternate treatment which will cost around 8000/month.

Inspite of all the turmoil faced by the AIDS patients there is a streak of hope with respect to treatment. These non-profitable organizations have planed to establish a CD4 counting device and Anti-retroviral treatment (ART) as early as the end of next year. But all this will be complete only if the society accepts that it is not completely their fault.
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