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How Do I Pay for My HIV/AIDS Medications? (Video) (Posted: April 2013)
"Recently several viewers contacted me to voice their frustrations regarding how to afford or obtain their HIV/AIDS medications. This video goes over several options."
Financial Considerations of HIV (Video) (Posted: August 2012)
"Many times it is easy to only think about the health issues related to HIV but there is another issue: How to pay for living with HIV. Medicine, labs, doctor visits, all have to be paid for somehow. This video just covers this briefly."
The Health Cost Crisis? Who Cares?! A Blog Entry by Dave R. (February 8, 2012)
"In Europe we believe that if you're sick, you have the right to receive treatment -- it's a human right. Even those relatively few cases, who can't afford the premiums each month, will never be turned away. Ways will be found to pay it back. Now I really don't know enough about the ins and outs of the U.S. system but these sorts of statistics tend to confirm the clichés and preconceptions that Europeans often have about the States."
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