In World AIDS Day statistics are worrying. In worldly figures this extends to one million people a year who dies HIV.
Miguel Pedrola, the Latin American and Caribbean Scientific Director at the AIDS Health Foundation, told Aire de Santa Fe that one person dies of HIV in Argentina every five hours.
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"We see the topic as an old film, but unfortunately the film is not over, it can end if someone invests in HIV." But that does not seem to be one of the main goals, especially for those who need to define the budgets in Argentina and in the world ".
In the country, for the next year, the budget will be reduced by 20%. Just keep the same budget in pesos.
Drug prices are in dollars. There is a possibility that next year there will be problems with the treatment, and even more with prevention.
"The question should always be discussed. Condom purchase is decreasing, there are no important preventive campaigns. Dissemination and maintenance of the issue on the agenda is fundamental," warned Pedrola.
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For Pedrolla, it is the right of everyone to educate themselves.
He stressed that the paternalistic state must step down. Understand that people have the ability to self-define.
"When this is supported by religion, it becomes difficult because the discussion between the state and religious beliefs is mixed and we do not end with the application of a law that should already be in force."
If we achieve 90% of people who know it and treat it, and that treatment works, it will end the AIDS epidemic by 2030, and not HIV.
"Keeping the promise is our motto, world political leaders do it, but do not do it," he concluded.
G20 is the main international forum on economic, financial and political co-operation: among its goals is to address major global challenges and generate public policies that address them.
Member States account for 85% of the global gross product, two-thirds of the world's population and 80% of international trade.
At this meeting, world leaders will agree on a document that will emphasize equitable and sustainable development.
Although the way the HIV epidemic is controlled is in its decisions, the final document does not have HIV among its priorities.
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