Saturday, October 6, 2007

HIV in Japan Update

As HIV/AIDS rates continue to rise in Japan, the government continues to fight patients in court rather than taking responsibility and looking for solutions. This posting is an update from the August 21, 2007 posting, HIV/AIDS and Deaf People in Japan.

The government and drugmakers have reached a settlement with a hemophilia patient who was prescribed unheated blood products that infected him with HIV, more than six years after he was told he had the virus, it has been learned.

Read more in the Daily Yomiuri article.
Link to Govt, drugmakers reach settlement with HIV patient

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