2013-07-25Treatment of C-Hepatitis to Launch at Penitentiary Establishments
In autumn of 2013, C Hepatitis Treatment Program will be launched in penitentiary establishments of Georgia. Together with the Ministries of Penitentiary and Healthcare, civil society was also involved in the development of the program. In the frame of the project, five hundred inmates will take free medical treatment during first year. Experts hope, the process will go beyond penitentiary system and patients outside the prisons will also have right to take free medical treatment.
2013-07-10Ministry of Labor Health and Social Affairs of Georgia Took into Account Recommendation of the Public Defender of Georgia
Ministry of Labor Health and Social Affairs of Georgia took into account recommendation of the Public Defender of Georgia concerning availability of infusion for patients suffering from hemophilia and notified the Public Defender that Ministry will adopt a regulation concerning this type of cases in medical institutions.
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