Rogers: HIV+ Patients Sometimes Face Access Issues to Medication
Independent Member of Parliament Jale Refik Rogers, in a statement on December 1st, 'World AIDS Day,' mentioned that HIV+ patients sometimes face difficulties in accessing medication, leading those with the means to prefer getting treatment in South Cyprus.
Jale Refik Rogers emphasized the critical importance of regular medication in HIV, similar to many chronic illnesses, and pointed out that patients sometimes encounter problems with accessing medication, causing constant anxiety. She stated, "Those who have the opportunity often choose to go to South Cyprus for treatment."
Rogers also highlighted that individuals with HIV+ or suspicions of HIV can undergo tests and treatments in state hospitals in the country using the international coding system. She emphasized the importance of not hesitating to consult with a Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Specialist.