Experts caution politicians to drop out drug addiction treatment from austerity cuts
Drug specialists from around Europe along with policy makers recently assembled in Athens to urge governments to reject drug-misuse medication from the austerity plan cuts. They have referred to a disturbing ascent in HIV contaminations in some drug-users in Greece.
The masters on Monday went by a recently opened administered medication infusion site set up in focal Athens. The revelation to European governments was to be formally made Tuesday.
New cases of infections in those who are avid drug-users in Greece have shot up from 22 in 2010 to 245 in 2011, as per the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. These figures have risen notwithstanding a general decrease in the European Union. Specialists accuse the ascent caused by various elements out of which some are identified with Greece's budgetary emergency.
Thomas Kattau, beat official for pill programs at the Strasbourg, France-based Council of Europe said that there are disturbing figures (in Greece). So I suppose its exceptionally imperative that powerless individuals are focused for medicine.
Greece has introduced major cuts for health awareness and social administrations since being safeguarded in 2010 by other eurozone nations and the International Monetary Fund.
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