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Miss Philicia:

--- Quote from: texaninnyc87 on January 31, 2013, 12:38:31 PM ---It's kind fo strange to me that it isnt...

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Why is that? It's a transmissible disease and the actual virus doesn't ask if you're a citizen or not. Untreated people with high viral loads will drive up infection rates, resulting in higher costs eventually for everyone.

texaninnyc87:
It's probably just because I'm secretly an evil xenophobic republican.  :P

Ann:

--- Quote from: texaninnyc87 on January 31, 2013, 12:56:18 PM ---It's probably just because I'm secretly an evil xenophobic republican.  :P

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Let's not go there... ::)

xasxas:
Hi Azianbtm,

If you're from Southeast Asia or close, you also have the option of getting pretty good medical care in Thailand.  You can get blood work and meds cheaply at the Red Cross Anonymous Clinic in Bangkok. 

I live here and I get my blood work done there, go to a private infectious disease doctor for a prescription and go back to the clinic for my meds (Atripla).  The cost is very reasonable at around a $100 for the blood work (cd4, viral load, liver and kidney) and I'd say around another hundred for 1 month's Atripla. 

That's if your country doesn't provide reasonable quality treatment options. 

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