Mexican Government Working To Resolve HIV Medication Issues As Health Advocates Warn Of Shortages

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Drug buying plan leaves hundreds without HIV treatment in Mexico — health advocates
“Hundreds of people living with HIV in Mexico may have gone without life-saving treatment for weeks, health advocates said on Tuesday, while welcoming announcements from the Mexican government that it was working to resolve the drug shortage. The announcements followed a months-long outcry from activists, health experts, and people with HIV that a drug shortage was imminent because of changes in the way the government bought medicines…” (Lopez, 5/8).

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