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49 Kazakh Children Infected With HIV Following Transfusion

Around four babies have died in Kazakhstan after they received blood transfusion thought to be contaminated with HIV. Kazakh health ministry said 49 children have been// infected in the last few months in various hospitals in the country. ...."The ones who died were all younger than two years old," a ministry official told Reuters. Investigations are focused on 13 suspected donors who are though...

Ministry Cites Negligence as Cause of Kazakh baby HIV cases

The Health Ministry alleges that negligence in a blood transfusion centre led to the death of four babies in Kazakhstan as well as the infection// of at least 55 children and one adult with the HIV virus. ..In a hospital in the south of the Central Asian state the children, and a mother, have been infected in the past few months. Officials are searching for over a dozen donors suspected of giving...

Eighty Children Die Of Aids Due To Tainted Blood, Dirty Needles In Southern Kazakhstan

The death toll of HIV-infected children in South Kazakhstan has reached 80 with the recent death //of a 5-year old boy in Sairam district – said the officials and non-governmental groups. It is believed that the five-year-old boy had a severe inborn cardiac defect, which caused the death. ..Chief physician of the regional HIV/ AIDS prevention and treatment center, Natalia Babina told the press p...

61 HIV Positive in south Kazakhstan

The republic's health officials reported that the number of HIV infected children in South Kazakhstan Region has risen to 61//. ....The Kazakh health minister and a regional governor were nailed and thrown out of their job, following the detection of 61 cases out of which 4 have already succumbed to the disease. .. ..The Kazakh Prosecutor General's office had earlier reported that only half of t...

A Major HIV Outbreak in Kazakhstan

A major HIV outbreak has been reported in Kazakhstan. The Central Asian nation is jolted by the outbreak. Subsequent investigations conducted attribute the outbreak to// incompetence and corruption among doctors and nurses. ....The latest case is that of a woman hailing from Shymkent, whose infant child had already been found infected. The number of confirmed cases has risen to 9 mothers and 81...

Ninth HIV-infected Child Dies in Kazakhstan

An HIV infection scandal in Kazakhstan deepened Tuesday with the death of a ninth child who contracted the virus at a hospital due to negligence, an AIDS centre said. ......The death came as a court began reading a verdict in a suit against 21 officials accused in the case for negligence, corruption and fraud. If sentenced they could face between four and nine years in prison. ......The accuse...
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