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The trivialization of AIDS: “This is all normal, just take a little pill”

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The Banalization of AIDS: “Just a Pill”

Sometimes I pretend I don't see things and, in truth, I even avoid seeing them. But my readers come to me, ask me questions and I see things that I can't silence so I put them here, because they forced me to put this video on line now, instead of just in December, however, some facts arrived and I didn't I was able to remain silent.

The fact is that I read that you don’t die of AIDS anymore (and this is a “half-truth because it practically depends on having“luck”And be diagnosed prematurely) and that everything is fine.

I will paste an image from another site that was what led me to put this text and this video here.

The fact is that I saw on google SNNIPET a message that aroused my curiosity and I went there to take a peek and what I saw left me perplexed:

 

To say such a thing, without a scientific basis, from the armored platform where it hides, behind an avatar, implies a great responsibility and I, who am patient of the House of AIDS and I go there every six months, I always end up meeting someone who is weak, or in a wheelchair situation, or someone who has lost his sight, for example, due to a cytomegalovirus retinitis that, if he was "lucky", he would have lost the vision of “just one eye”… On the other hand, I will never be able to erase, from the retinas of my memory, the youthful and happy face of that girl, so beautiful, who suffered from a bacterium that no one could unravel her nature, resistant to everything what had been tried on it, bacteria that had lodged in its labyrinth, taking away its ability to balance…

I was “new to this” and I asked, foolishly:

- "And that's why you use a wheelchair? - I asked saddened

I was down and ask that lowered my head. She took my head, made me look at her in the eyes and told me, smiling:

- "This is only on the street", and winked at me - "At home I can walk on the walls" ...

Vivendo feliz, mesmo com problemas de equilíbrio por conta de rara doença oportunista oriunda da infecção por HIV
Woman happy, despite the inaccurate balance, so it was one of these my memories

The Banalization of AIDS IS AN IRRESPONSIBLE THING

The Banalization of AIDS uses the favorable reality posed to those who, like me, “get lucky” in being diagnosed before a complete immunological disaster and, therefore, can come to live without becoming an AIDS case.

The trivialization of AIDS, unfortunately, is a vector for new “nascent cases” (I refer to new contagions, children of disorientation and disinformation).

However, as a matter of fact, those diagnosed early represented, for decades, a low percentage of those diagnosed. and it should be remembered that between 2000 and 2011, eleven thousand people died, due to complications caused by AIDS.

On average, 1.000 per year.

This trivialization generated it. about a hundred lives a month. And if we are dealing with numbers, it is worth saying:

Three human beings lost their lives each day, within the city of São Paulo, for eleven years.

I do not believe that this can be considered too little, as it is a perfectly preventable disease in an enlightened society that, of course, is not ours ... (...) ....

I am an AIDS case because, at the time when I was being treated, the booklet said that the treatment prescription should be said when the CD4 count reached 350 per ml, regardless of the viral load.

And today, fortunately…. Well, today, the booklet prays, and this is very good, that the treatment starts immediately after the diagnosis, based on a long and wide study called START.

The fact is that I consider the text in question as an exhortation to unprotected sex; I, as a person living with HIV and AIDS being undetectable for ten years, would never risk a sexual intercourse without a condom under any pretext because I am aware (information is everything) of an organic phenomenon called BLIPE VIRAL (tb opens another flap).

Verbatim AIDS Banalization -

He said the Ledos is AIDS trivialization Vector! The name "Ledos" must be combined with "ledo mistake" about what he thinks, or says he thinks of AIDS, with which he does not live!

And, on the other hand, a person who “frequents the site, came out with this pearl of definition of treatment against HIV:

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The Author of this pearl has a brain consists of eight interconnected lentils by cobwebs of wires? Would it be this.

I leave the video below for all to see. He has over 40 minutes and you have to be very interested in watching it.

[Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMxkgXsi-So%5D

Good reading and get rid of this banalizing AIDS thing

The re-emergence of the AIDS epidemic in Brazil: Challenges and prospects for solving them

Last December, when we celebrated the World Day of fight against AIDS, the spread of epidemic trends in mundo1 and Brasil2 by the United Nations and the Ministry of Health showed contradictions and questions raised.

Against the world stage, Brazilian data show that AIDS is far from being controlled and which reached its worst indicators in these more than thirty years of the disease. Since 2011 the barrier of forty thousand new cases per year was exceeded, with no signs that will again reduce in a short period of time.

AIDS has grown back. This is one of the results of the

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He returned to grow the number of cases among homosexuals, accompanied by the highest concentration of the epidemic in urban centers and increasing male / female ratio, especially due to the reduction of HIV transmission through shared injection drug use and slowing transmission heterosexual.

A new generation, born after the mid-1990 also began to show higher incidence rates than those recorded among those who began their sexual life after the epidemic began.

An epidemiological profile that, in a way, back to take similar characteristics to that seen in the early years of 1980 when the disease began to make its first victims and presented a strongly concentrated focus on specific social segments.

Now, however, with incidence rates and more alarming mortality. But what else shows the re-emergence of the disease in the country is the trend of mortality. After reduction followed years the number of deaths and the mortality rate began to grow again.

Only in 2013 12.700 were cases of deaths from the disease, a similar number to the 15 years ago, when the antiretroviral drugs access policy was implemented. In the last seven years the growth of the national mortality rate increased by just over 5%, from 5,9% per hundred thousand inhabitants in 2006, 6,2% for per hundred thousand inhabitants, in 2013.

AIDS is a Serious Thing! It is not acceptable to

AIDS trivialization

In the North, Northeast and South rates they came to be up to two times higher than in the period prior to access to antiretroviral drugs policy, counteracting all the advances previously observed in these locations. The resurgence of AIDS in Brazil comes at a time when the accumulated scientific knowledge in the field cast auspicious prospects for controlling the epidemic in the world.

Studies on the effects of antiretroviral drugs used in everyday saúde3 services show that people treated in the early stages of infection had a life expectancy close to uninfected people. This allows us to distinguish a scenario where death from AIDS should be an increasingly rare event.

The greatest enthusiasm, however, came from studies that reported the reduction of more than 90% of HIV transmission in antiretroviral-treated HIV-positive people and with complete suppression of viral replication.

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A higher protection rate than that observed in condom distribution programs. Based on this new scenario, mathematical modeling studies have indicated that the universal diagnosis and treatment of infected persons would have the potential to eliminate the occurrence of new infections.

This has prompted the United Nations to urge countries to deploy up to 2020 ambitious programs to diagnose 90% of people with HIV, treat 90% with antiretrovirals and make 90% of those treated have undetectable viral load.

It's called 90-90-90 goal, according to the United Nations, could lead to the end of the epidemic in the world until 2030.

The Triad 90-90-90 Yem the desire to end the epidemic in 2030.

In addition to the controversy about the feasibility of epidemic control strategies based on drug treatment being fully successful - just look at the permanence of tuberculosis and leprosy as important public health problems, despite the existence of effective treatments for the cure and to prevent transmission of infections - the United Nations proposal brought to the center of the debate the capacity of health systems to absorb a large contingent of infected people and the quality of care provided to them.

Banalizing AIDS and AmFar Speaking of Healing by 2020! Hopefully they are right!

However, we are in May, 2020, and nothing came up! Or appeared! COVID-19, an even greater threat, and now, from where I look, it seems to me that it has been a little difficult to pay this promise. But this is what can happen, an error or a fatality, with people and companies that work with human lives, their quality and preservation!

The Imponderable

 

And if life taught me something in an educationally painful way it was this:

In Brazil, the data from the Ministry of Health on the “treatment continuum” - with an estimate of the number of infected people in the country and the percentages of those who know about the diagnosis and are in effective treatment - pointed to a surprising picture:

The number of infected people who know their diagnosis and are out of health services or with detectable viral load (296000) is about twice the number of people (145000) who do not know their diagnosis.

A clear difficulty of policies to ensure clinical follow-up and adherence to treatment in a sustainable manner over time. Since the beginning of the epidemic, even in the years 1980, a network of care to people infected has been deployed in the country based on the principles of comprehensiveness and interdisciplinarity and quality assessments showing structures and work processes relatively satisfactory for significant portions of the units of health.

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In recent years, however, part of this network has been penalized due to underfunding of the Unified Health System (SUS) and the weakening of the response to AIDS in the country.

The recent proposal of the Ministry of Health that network strengthening by expanding care of people infected in primary care leaves questions about its effectiveness. It is true that positive experiences were observed in deployed services at this level of attention, however, evaluations also showed that the worst quality indicators focused on the less complex services.

For those who say that I am "tie the fuck" with my pessimism I must retort by saying.

Sex, but do not fuck!

Below are some data from a PDF whose origin and link to the document I put below this text:

** DN - National Department of STD / AIDS and Viral Hepatitis - AIDS cases according to the Adapted CDC Criterion - T CD4 + Lymphocyte count less than 350 cells / mm3 *** There was no relationship between the death database and SINAN

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DOI: 10.1590 / 1807-57622015.0038 6 editorial COMMUNICATION HEALTH EDUCATION 2015; 19 (52): 5-6

AND THERE ARE STILL THOSE WHO SAY “ALMOST SORONEGATIVE”, THAT NOBODY DIES MORE FROM AIDS AND OTHERS THAT SAY USING THE “REMEDY” A LITTLE LATER TO BE ABLE TO GO TO THE BALLET AND THAT YOUR HEALTH, AS THE HIV carrier WILL BETTER IMPROVE

The trivialization of AIDS CONTINUES
Banalização da AIDS
We will not die of AIDS anymore. No doctor or scientist would dare say that!

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