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Head of the Dermatology Department

Sion Hospital


Coordinator

Sion Hospital


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Sion Hospital, Mumbai, Co-ordinator : Dr H R Jerajani


www.poz.com

"It seems audacious of us to ask for antiretroviral therapy to be made available in public hospitals when resource crunches make it difficult to afford even adequate treatments for opportunistic infections -- such as more antibiotics, antifungals, medicines for drug-resistant TB," says H.R. Jerajani, M.D., head of the dermatology department at Sion Hospital, one of Bombay's largest public hospitals.
Every month, her outpatient department sees 4,000 people, about 1 percent of whom are HIV-positive. "Instead, we focus our attention on prompt treatment of opportunistic infections and making nutritional supplements available to our HIV patients," she says.


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"It seems audacious of us to ask for antiretroviral therapy to be made available in public hospitals when resource crunches make it difficult to afford even adequate treatments for opportunistic infections -- such as more antibiotics, antifungals, medicines for drug-resistant TB," says H.R. Jerajani, MD, head of the dermatology department at Sion Hospital, one of Bombay's largest public hospitals.Every month, her outpatient department sees 4,000 people, about 1 percent of whom are HIV positive."Instead, we focus our attention on prompt treatment of opportunistic infections and making nutritional supplements available to our HIV patients," she says.


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Dr H R Jerajani, Professor and Head LTM Medical College & LTM General Hospital .Sion, Mumbai was the Organising Chairperson for this conference and Dr V K Sharma, Professor and Head Department of Dermatology All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Ansari Nagar New Delhi was the scientific chairperson.


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