According to Americas Quarterly, a publication with a focus on Latin American, for nearly a year, HIV positive Argentines have endured what advocates call a “crisis” and a national emergency. Shortages and delays in the delivery of antiretroviral drugs have beleaguered many who depend on them to stay healthy, sparking public outcry and a protest outside the Health Ministry in Buenos Aires in December.
The publication reports most Argentines living with HIV are probably more concerned with getting their medicine than politics. There may be reason to believe that a recent restructuring at the Health Ministry could help reverse the trend of medicine delays.
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