An interdisciplinary team will work with citizens on the reflection and prevention of the disease.
With a public radio and press conference, the Ministry of Health and civil organizations supported free, voluntary and confidential access to the HIV test and announced today the activities planned to commemorate the World HIV Agreement. On 1 December, the state government and the General Directorate of Preventive Medicine. Aldo Gavicola will have extensive participation in the interconnected staff at Plaza Libertad from 18.30.
The conference was organized under the slogan Dr. Know your situation, do the HIV test ın, the reference of the HIV AIDS City Program and Universal Health Insurance. Lucia Abdulajad; Hugo Figueroa, Human Rights Secretary; Gómez, from the Inclusive Hospital Independencia office; Morán, Chagas Laboratory Chief and Luisa Paz, representative of the Divas' Valiente Santiagueña Diversity and a representative of the Transvestites, Transsexuals and Transcontinental Union (Attta) and special guests. The importance of December 1st was emphasized at the conference because "it allows us to think that this infection, an epidemic for 30 years, can stop it". The authorities asked the community to go to clinics, health centers, hospitals, laboratories and conduct an HIV test. The analysis is free, confidential and voluntary.
His secretary, Hugo Figueroa, feeds on the "Human Rights Secretariat," taking into account the fact that all citizens accompany this struggle to protect the rights of people with HIV must have healthy, healthy access to work, health. The presence of the state through the Ministry of Health and other institutions is therefore important. "
Luisa Paz gave a clear message and urged to participate in events planned for today, tomorrow and Sundays. "We want to get rid of a stamping and discrimination, and we are all vulnerable to this problem and should prevent it. Health centers can be used for all who want to approach and know their serology."
He also called for "tomorrow Saturday (today)", this was a big event starting at 6.30 pm on Plaza Libertad. Here in Santiago del Estero we will talk about HIV and a master class will be followed by a Music Festival at 9:00. On Sunday (in the morning), a meeting will be held with people living with HIV to share and discuss their situation, "he said.
A day to remember
This year, it is worth remembering to celebrate the 30th anniversary of First Earth Day Against HIV / AIDS to defend universal access to vital services to treat and prevent HIV. Remembering millions of people who lost their lives due to AIDS-related illnesses are days. Many of them have died because they have no access to HIV-related services, stigmatization, discrimination or key population groups.
If people do not know their HIV status, those living with HIV cannot start treatment and people with HIV negative cannot get the knowledge and skills they need to continue on this path.
According to reports by the National Ministry of Health, the AIDS-induced death rate in Argentina has decreased steadily since the start of high-level active antiretroviral therapy (Targa) since 1997.
However, between 2005 and 2012, the ratio showed a stagnation and even a slight increase between 3.2 and 3.5 deaths per 100,000 people between 2012 and 2013 (self-prepared data Vital Statistics: Fundamentals 2012, Health Statistics and Information Section. Almost 1,400 people die from AIDS over the years since 2005. The rates of HIV infection and AIDS have remained stable since 2005. The new HIV and specific deaths are currently concentrated in the large urban agglomerates of our country. 35 i i corresponded to the citizens of Buenos Aires.
As of yesterday, from 19.30 onwards, films on the subject were shown in the Diversity House to promote a discussion of the need to adopt AIDS awareness and effective prevention.