HIV cases in Ireland sky rocket thanks to immigration.

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Those diagnosed with HIV has skyrocketed in Ireland, sadly the reason for the huge increase comes from those we are letting onto the country through immigration.

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61 % of HIV diagnoses born abroad. 13% unknown.


The cost of treating those with HIV is costly, so costly that because of those large numbers with HIV a new drug that helps those with HIV is not available on the HSE and has to be sourced privately. In other words, Irish people are being denied medical treatment of a drug that would help them because this government have allowed in so many infected people that they can now not afford to treat those living here all there lives.

Anti-HIV drug to be made available in Ireland from Monday
HSE assessing whether to cover the cost of the drug

A generic version of the medication will be available in pharmacies from next week. The cost of PrEP is not covered by the HSE, and currently it can be obtained privately with a doctor’s prescription at a cost of € 400 a month. The cost of the generic drug, made by Teva Pharmaceuticals, is expected to be under €100 per month.
Anti-HIV drug to be made available in Ireland from Monday


www.hpsc.ie/publications/.../HIV%20PrEP%20in%20Ireland_July18.pdf
PrEP is not currently available in Ireland through the HSE

'It's worrying': Over 200 people diagnosed with HIV so far this year
 

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Those diagnosed with HIV has skyrocketed in Ireland, sadly the reason for the huge increase comes from those we are letting onto the country through immigration.

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61 % of HIV diagnoses born abroad. 13% unknown.


The cost of treating those with HIV is costly, so costly that because of those large numbers with HIV a new drug that helps those with HIV is not available on the HSE and has to be sourced privately. In other words, Irish people are being denied medical treatment of a drug that would help them because this government have allowed in so many infected people that they can now not afford to treat those living here all there lives.

Anti-HIV drug to be made available in Ireland from Monday
HSE assessing whether to cover the cost of the drug


Anti-HIV drug to be made available in Ireland from Monday


www.hpsc.ie/publications/.../HIV%20PrEP%20in%20Ireland_July18.pdf
PrEP is not currently available in Ireland through the HSE

'It's worrying': Over 200 people diagnosed with HIV so far this year
 

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Good point about Irish people being denied drugs that would normally be affordable.

We should also consider that HIV is only one disease, if they are bringing this into Ireland god only knows what other diseases they are bringing in with them.
 

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Any Irish Woman who decides to shack up with these savages deserves all the diseases the tramp gets. I have zero sympathy for any trollop that does!!!!

There is no excuse, they are dicing with death, shagging diseased africans, asians or middle eastern filth!!!!!
 

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HIV is only the tip of the iceberg. MDR TB is an emerging epidemic and much more contagious.

Alllowing foreigners with dangerous contagious diseases to mingle with the native population is as irresponsible as it gets. Just ask the Native Americans.
 
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Any Irish Woman who decides to shack up with these savages deserves all the diseases the tramp gets. I have zero sympathy for any trollop that does!!!!

There is no excuse, they are dicing with death, shagging diseased africans, asians or middle eastern filth!!!!!
on many tv ads now it seems to be a black daddy with a white woman
 

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The Régime is murdering Irish people by refusing to screen migrants for infectious diseases. Savita died of a highly infectious and deadly disease she brought into Ireland from India - and now hundreds of thousands of Native Irish children are to be murdered because of that. The fact is that if Savita had been screened at the border, she would probably be still alive today.
 
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