More Than 7,000 AIDS patients Reported in Pakistan: Ministry

Aids Patient in Pakistan
Aids Patient in Pakistan
7,000 Aids patient in Pakistan

Tuesday, September 24, 2013 – Islamabad—A total of 7,854 patients of AIDS (Acquired immune deficiency syndrome or came by immunodeficiency syndrome) have been listed in diverse clinics of the homeland by April. A article of Ministry of nationwide Health Services, Regulation and Coordination placed in assembly said the total listed AIDS patients in Islamabad are 1,516 and 1,792 patients have been listed in Lahore, 242 in Sargodha, 26 in Faisalabad, 200 in Gujrat,, 383 in Dera Ghazi Khan 1,104 in Peshawar, 1,967 in Karachi, 168 in Kohat, 312 in Larkana and 144 patients have been listed in the clinics of Quetta.

The document available with APP said the government has made elaborated arrangements for the remedy of AIDS patients. Anti Retroviral Medicines (ARVs) and test kits have so far been supplied to 18 aids remedy centres. The government has ensured the counseling of persons, twosomes and families of the affected persons. they are provided lab diagnostics and CD4 and Viral Load and Rapid checking. AIDS (Acquired immune deficiency syndrome or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) is a infection initiated by a virus called HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus).

The sickness adjusts the immune system, making persons much more susceptible to diseases and diseases. This susceptibility worsens as the infection progresses.

Author: Ghu Hasa

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