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Author Topic: Studying in Germany and HIV treatment  (Read 86 times)

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Offline natol

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Studying in Germany and HIV treatment
« on: Today at 08:10:19 AM »
Hi
I am planning to move to Germany (from outside of EU) for the masters degree.
As far as I understood, since I am over than 30 y o, I won't be able to follow the regular route of obligatory joining in the public health insurance system.

What are the options to receive adequate HIV treatment in Germany for me?
Private insurance as far as I understood (and I may be wrong) will not cover HIV treatment.
Shall I be ably to opt into public insurance company voluntarily and what will be the costs?

Regards,
Natol
« Last Edit: Today at 08:13:57 AM by natol »

Offline ad2san

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Re: Studying in Germany and HIV treatment
« Reply #1 on: Today at 08:39:36 AM »
hi there. Well check this https://www.tk.de/tk/faq/s-english/students-from-abroad/199676  You may write them to see what can be done. If you have to go to the private system they will ask for HIV status ...

Feb   2009 CD4 358 VL 2000 16%
May  2009 CD4 305 VL 3069  14% <---- Started TVD+ATZ/r
Jul  2009 CD4 512 VL <50   18%
Jul 2010 CD4 418 VL <50 24%                     
Switched to Kivexa (Epzicom) + Norvir + Reyataz (due to sleep problem)
Aug 2010 CD4 606 VL <50 25%
Jul 2011 CD4 494 UD 23%
Switched to Kivexa (Epzicom) + Viramune XR (due to kidney problems)
January 2012 CD4 564 UD 31%
October 2012 CD4 684 UD 29%
January 2013 CD4 594 UD 26%
Switched to Kivexa (Epzicom) + Isentress due to BIG increase GammaGT
Feb 2013 CD4 699 UD 28%
Oct 2013 CD4 588 UD 39%
Aug 2014 CD4 639 UD 25%
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