HIV treatment in Finland

Q:

I am a new residence in Finland, i acquired HIV in 2017 and i am on medication since i know. my question is, where i can find the medications and how much it will cost?

A:
Hello, HIV treatment in Finland is taken care in University/Central hospital's Infectious diseases polyclinics. To be a patient in one of these polyclinics you need a referral. You can get the referral from any doctor. It is also possible to get the referral from Hivpoint. We have offices in Helsinki, Tampere and Oulu (p.  0207 465 705 Mon-Thurs 10am to 3:30 pm). The HIV treatment including medication is free of charge.

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