240 new cases of AIDS have been detected since the beginning of this year. Health Minister Tonka Varleva announced the HIV / AIDS Prevention and Control Program.
With the number of seropositive people with them since 1983 when the first case was set up in Bulgaria, they have just over 2700 people, "said Dr Verleva, quoted by Monitor, who said that the number of cases recently found is unparalleled in most European countries, virus during the same period.
Nearly 79 million people have been infected with HIV 35 years ago. More than 35 million have died as a result of the development of the disease. Data show that the most vulnerable age groups are young people who have already begun to lead to sex between 15-19 years of age and people aged 20-44.
Our country is well received in other countries with regard to the infection. There are 5.7 million 100 000 in the country, while in other countries it is 2.8 / 100 000 people, the expert said and recalled that retrovirus treatment is free of charge in Bulgaria.
In 1996, three-component antiretroviral therapy was introduced, which has enabled the lives of infected people to grow for more than 20 years. Adverse health effects include alcohol or high levels of stress.
Approximately 20,000 BGNs will be infected with AIDS during the year. Depending on its condition and the amount of antiretroviral dose and combination, the amount may vary, but only marginally. In BGN 300,000, the treatment level of 15-20 years of the infected patient is the same as the survival rate of HIV virus.
Flu-like symptoms two weeks after infection refer to infection, reminded doctors. For the next five or eight, even ten years, it is asymptomatic. When the virus reaches a high level in the body, frequent common concomitant infections with other diseases such as sponges are the most common.
Free and anonymous AIDS virus tests will be performed on November 30, 27 cities around the country. They are part of European HIV testing and viral hepatitis. Testing and consultation are in cities Blagoevgrad, Burgas, Varna, Veliko Tarnovo, Vidin, Vratsa, Gabrovo, Dobrich, Kardzhali, Kyustendil, Lovech, Montana, Pazardzhik, Pernik, Pleven, Plovdiv, Razgrad, Silistra, Sliven, Smolyan, Sofian Sofian, Stara Zagora, Haskovo, Shumen and Yambol.