Una Marquesina Promueva Tratamiento por Grasa Abdominal Relacionado de VIH

Existe una medicamento que reduzca la grasa abdominal relacionado por VIH, y se promueva afuera del centro de transporte de Filadelfia de la calle 30, que se ve reflejada en el plastico.

Sign of the Times: A medicine which reduces bellyfat caused by HIV drugs is advertised in a bus shelter. Reflected in the plexiglass is 30th Street Station, Philadelphia’s main transportation hub. The first available treatment for AIDS/HIV came out in 1987 (AZT), and the first available combination retrovirus in 1996. In the “developed world,” we can talk about treating inconvenient symptoms. However, it wasn’t until the 2000s that access to life-saving medicines became affordable for a great number of people living, and dying, with the disease. In 2006, it was estimated that 28% of people in developing countries who need treatment for HIV are receiving it.

Also worth mentioning that buses in Philly are used by people with fewer economic resources.

Aqui se ve que ha entrado el tratar de sintomas inconvenientes en la gran discusión del virus, o por lo menos ha entrado en los países desarrollados. Por supuesto, una brecha causado por discrepancias en economía y origin impone los pacientes en mundos distintos: un 72% de ellos que provienen de países en desarrollo no reciben tratamiento.

Vale la pena mencionar los autobuses tanto como el muchos medias de transporte público de los EEUU generalmente existen para servir una comunidad pobre.