Dan, from the Huffington article I picked out this statement; "So in countries like Switzerland, where there’s a lot less poverty and they have a health care system that delivers these drugs universally, they’re doing better than the U.S., where we have a tremendous amount of social and economic issues that get in the way,” said Deeks. (Deeks is professor of medicine at UC San Francisco.)
I wish Marianne would come back soon, and tell us more about what is going on in Switzerland? Why so many things seem to work better there?
Also, Dan I have a question for you: In your opinion, is India now considered one of the advanced countries in the world? I know that there have been great changes in India in the last 100 years...
I ask that because I learned from you yesterday that India tries to make HIV drugs available inexpensively; so I am wondering, might there be some kind of trend for the so-called "advanced" countries to be less compassionate?