If you are or have been an AIDS patient H.I.V. you have a right to be positive treatment by qualified personnel, that the doctors have keep your file privatethat they give you Medicine needed and treated dignified way, If it doesn’t, you can go to the Commission for Human Rights (CDH) in Puebla to complain about the violation of your rights.
CDH Puebla releases its primers “Human right to health protection in patients with HIV and/or AIDS”In which he indicated that, at the time of diagnosis, all human beings have the right to free treatment, care and support in public health institutions.
In the same way, they have to be received in public health centers counseling or emotional support, that the confidentiality of their state of health, as well as the results of medical examinations and clinical records, is preserved. Similarly, to be informed in health institutions about the procedure for submitting a complaint, claim or suggestion when subjected to discriminatory acts.
In case of being discriminated against or not receiving the required attention, the Commission urges them to lodge complaints with any of its offices: Regional Delegation Izucar de Matamoros Located at Calle Benito Juárez 28 Interior 3 in the central neighborhood; in the regional office tehuacan at Plaza Tehuacan Local 11-B, Adolfo López Mateos 3210; in the regional office Huachinango Calle Guerrero 12, Local 24; In the Cuetzalan Regional Office, in the name of Ignacio Zaragoza 60.
and if they are in the neighborhood in the capital of puebla on calle 5 ponient number 339 Historical Center.
complaint can be opened because all human beings have right not to discriminateor being expelled from school or any institution for living with HIV, exercising their sexuality freely and responsibly, and deciding whether or not to have children and exercising their parental rights.
They also have the right to be treated with dignity and respect by public servants and health workers, to have truthful, objective scientific and up-to-date information to make decisions about treatment and health care, and ultimately about HIV testing.
It should be remembered that Article 4 of the Constitution of the United Mexican States establishes that “Everyone has the right to health protection. The law will define the grounds and modalities for access to health services…”, Which establishes in accordance with the “General Health Law” that doctors, technicians and support personnel should provide quality services, dignified and respectful treatment to patients and patients.
What is HIV and what is AIDS?
how Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, which affects the immune system’s ability to combat infection and other disease processes, and H.I.V. It is a disease caused by human immunodeficiency virus.
HIV transmission occurs when fluids such as blood, semen, vaginal secretions, and/or breast milk are exchanged from one person with HIV to another. Bodily secretions such as saliva or urine are not capable of transmitting HIV. The routes of transmission are: sexual, blood, perinatal or vertical.