Fund being raised for treatment to HIV positive Libyan kid

by Medindia Content Team on  January 21, 2006 at 12:45 PM Child Health News
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Fund being raised for treatment to HIV positive Libyan kid
Libyan children who got HIV transmitted through contaminated blood will have his disease treated from the fund which is pouring in from Bulgaria and European Union. The child was contaminated with the blood products due to the ignorance of Bulgarian nurses and a physician.

The verdict of the case is in the Libyan Supreme court and has accepted raising fund for the treatment of the child. Mr. Ivan Chomakov, Mayor of Plovdiv, Bulgaria is also responsible for maintain the funds raised for the child which has reached about $370,000 which will be used only for medical treatment for the child and will not be given as a compensation for the child. The entire country is praying for the well being of the child who has been victimized to HIV infection by transfusion of contaminated blood.


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