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Author Topic: Moving to Santiago, Chile - Any advice?  (Read 572 times)

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Offline NeverConstant

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Moving to Santiago, Chile - Any advice?
« on: January 08, 2019, 10:33:50 am »
Hey everyone,

I am supposed to be moving to Chile in a few months for a job, but the job is freelance with no health insurance. I'm currently taking Atripla, but I can't seem to find much information regarding it's availability and/or cost in Santiago. Does anyone have any advice on where to look, or how accessible the meds are?

I'd really love to take advantage of this opportunity, but when it comes to jobs outside of the US, my status seems to get in the way in most cases. If there's anyone who has worked abroad, I would greatly appreciate guidance and advice!

Thanks!

Offline Expat1

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Re: Moving to Santiago, Chile - Any advice?
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2019, 03:11:35 pm »
I have no country specific information on Chile. 

However, the British site Iwantprepnow  has information on a company that mails prep and treatment to various countries around the world. 



https://www.purchase-prep.com/product-category/chile/treatment-chile/

He is the link for Chile. 

Here is the contact info:

https://www.purchase-prep.com/contact-us/

the carry a generic version of Atripla called VIRADAY and it is $138. for a 3 month supply. (Probably need to add postage.)  The site explains what is needed for Chile document wise. 

Best to try to contact an Aids service group in Chile but you probably need to have some fluency in Spanish.  Good luck.

Offline NeverConstant

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Re: Moving to Santiago, Chile - Any advice?
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2019, 01:38:25 pm »
Thanks for the information!

I've looked at purchase-prep.com before, but I've read a lot of negative reviews about them and Dynamix International so I'm a little wary about them. But it's definitely the most consistent option I'm finding, so it may be worth a shot.

 

Offline emililadjet

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Re: Moving to Santiago, Chile - Any advice?
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2019, 05:16:59 pm »
Hello  NeverConstant
No worries, Chile is a very safe country.

Offline wardp

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Diagnosed 20,July 2017. Cd4 289, 21% vld .3,462 Started atripla 4 Aug 2017 5oct 2017 cd4 384 21%, vl ud less than 20. Switch to complera 4 Nov 2017 switched to stribild 15 the Nov. Switched to truvada efavirence 200mgx2 14 Dec 2017, 2 Feb 2018, us cd4  466, 25%  CD 8 ,595, 32%..1 may 2018
switched  to instgra truvada.7th june switched to truvada  nevirapine stavudine. .21 june switched to truvada nevirapine. X 2 a day...9 aug 2018 ud. 2n Nov 2018 CD 4. 455..22.70% 13th Nov switched  to lamivir and nevirapine  due to kidney issues...jan 10,2019 UD..may 13 2019 ud  cd4 482 28%

 


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