Nayara is only 21 years old and has already reached the final stage
of Hepatits C, a burden she has had to endure since the day she was
She was infected with Hepatitis C by her mother from birth. A
disease that kills 12 people a day in Spain alone, according to the
platform of those affected.
Dozens of those affected by the
disease have gathered with their friends and families outside Gilead's
Spanish headquarters to protest. The US pharmaceutical company produces
Sovaldi, the medicine that can save the 200,000 people, who like Nayara,
are infected by Hepatitis C in Spain.
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Labels: access to medicines, protests, Spain