Cancer Treatment Drug Shortages in Greece

Revolución 6:5,6 NCV Cuando el Cordero abrió el tercer sello, Oí al tercer ser viviente que decía:, "Venir!" Miré, y he aquí un caballo negro, y su jinete llevaba una balanza en la mano. Entonces oí algo que sonaba como una voz que viene desde el medio de los cuatro seres vivientes. La voz dijo:, "Un litro de trigo por un día de salario, y seis libras de cebada por un día de salario, y no dañes el aceite de oliva y el vino!"

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Shortages in chemotherapy drugs and other expensive treatments have risen after pharmaceutical companies cut credit to Greece’s largest state-backed health insurance fund. The fund provides subsidized medicine to lower-income Greek citizens.

Some pharmacies have been overrun with hysterical people attempting to get life-saving medicine for themselves or relatives. People reported to SKAI TV waits of hours to get necessary medication and patients have been heard screaming from inside pharmacies.

The entire supply of drugs had vanished by lunchtime.

Employees of the pharmacies attributed the rush to “misinformation.”

Kalliopi Metaxa, a retired doctor who volunteers with the KEFI Cancer Society, said that in all her years of being a state doctor, she had never seen a health care crisis on the level of the current situation.

Greece has a history of late payments to pharmaceutical companies.


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