Greek hospitals have problems to cure AIDS patients
With Greece running out of cash, Greek hospitals are running out of medicine, including drugs to treat AIDS patients. There are shortages of up to 100 medicines and doctors warned of a lack of antiretroviral drugs to treat people with HIV-AIDS.
Some hospitals are not longer able to administer antiretroviral drugs as they had run out and they did not have any more money to place new orders. They asked the Health Ministry for help.
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