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|When will we have a day this stays blue and closes up|
"Good grief. I see that 30+ plus years of public education about HIV has yet to penetrate the thickest skulls."
Be clearer with your point missure.|
|Good grief. I see that 30+ plus years of public education about HIV has yet to penetrate the thickest skulls.|
|"The cold economics would be what is the cost of preventing the spread or HIV compared to the cost of treating someone that is infected?"
What are the numbers?
Cost of treatment per person,for rest of their life in UK?
Fatality rates without treatment,
Percentage of UK's populace affected,
Percentage of world's population infected that subsequently cheats its way into UK to get expensive treatment.
Cancer is a bigger concern isn't it?
If it means run of the mill operations get cancelled for people who've paid into the pot their whole lives, that is wrong.If we can afford it,after all other operations/treatments that are required - fine. But as you know many cancer patients have to go without.Why should HIV patients get priority ahead of Cancer patients.
If you think NHS can continue in its current form you;re misguided.
Think we can borrow more and borrow? As national debt approache £1.78 trillion on balance sheet(off balance sheet who knows) at some point this excessive borrowing will not be an option.
At some point seniment is going to change..and then it'll get nasty fast.
Personally I'd be introducing some form of insurance. The NHS cant afford to carry on as it is.Nor can the country frankly.|
The cold economics would be what is the cost of preventing the spread or HIV compared to the cost of treating someone that is infected? a few years of one treatment compared to a lifetime of another? Plus less infections overall is a lower cost.
Also with HIV how are you going to tell who got it by having a risky lifestyle and how got it by misfortune? Could say the same about some cancers too.|
|Diverse views make a democracy, if we all thought the same way
life would be very dull.
If PREP is rolled out following the 3 year trial GSK should be in pole
position for that contract, provided cabotegravir is successful in phase 111.|
|There we go! "Religious inspired bigotry", "homophobic", all the usual words and soundbites we commonly hear because we don't accept the promotion of a decadent fad.|
|I sold some of these before the US election. Of course I should have sold more than I did, but I am thinking of getting more. Question is when does the knife stop?|
|Ahh - religious inspired bigotry, can't beat it.|
|Sounds to me that you are just homophobic. Either we tackle all ills or none at all. What about other STDs? presumably we shouldn't treat any of these either?|
|update from beaufort: Https://www.research-tree.com/research/breakfast-today/e68cf8b2-1e9e-49a6-9007-45bbab47c279|
|Thanks for the down-tick. You know I am right but you don't like what I say.|
|Next it will be full-scale support of boob-job, tattoos and Botox reversals. Still the kids with the rare cancers can die.|
|People are very quick to target obese people but many have hormonal and thyroid disorders that don't help their condition. Society ostracizes them leading to anxiety and poor self-esteem in which they then seek more comfort in food. And the cycle repeats itself. Same with mental health conditions. People would generally be healthier and savings would be had by the NHS if society was more accepting of people who didn't fit the current fad of gay, fit and 'plastic looking' like effigies of Ken & Barbie.|