According to the report in 2020 of 1,000 HIV tests carried out, 12 were positive, while this year 2021 of the 521 analyzes prepared, six were positive for this virus.

Panama In the last two years, nails 18 persons more have been infected of virus from human immunodeficiency in the district of Arraiján, province of Western Panama.

This is stated in a report revealed by the polyclinic Dr. Blas Daniel Gómez ‘Chetro’, from the Social Security Fund (CSS) in this district.

According to the report in the year 2020 from 1,000 tests from VIH performed, 12 they turned out positive while this year 2021 of the 521 analysis elaborated, six They were positive the evening virus.

The Dr. Eloy Núñez, coordinator of the Program of HIV in this polyclinic warned that everything positive patient to this disease must follow, continue the treatment in order to do not run the risk of present diseases relateds with the virus.

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According statistical data of the Ministry of Health (Minsa) in the province of Western Panama, between the years 2018 a 2019 They registered 86 cases de Page.

Dr. Núñez emphasized that many of the acquired diseases by those do not receive treatment son infectious due to a weakened immune system already certain types of cancers

He also added, there is greater possibility from to transmit the disease, for the high levels from viral load on blood.

The doctor stressed that a untreated patient ends developing sidoh one associated death to disease.

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