The monetary deficit is not the only thing that is being replicated in lots of the Europeans’ wallets but their health, too is anguishing a lot. A British survey has sounded an alarm by claiming the responses towards the financial deficit, which are responsible on behalf of all the diseases that are being spread.
Dengue, malaria, tuberculosis and fever are some of the diseases that are long thought to be eliminated from the Europe. However the study by all the British health specialists asserts that since the starting of the financial deficit, all these illness as well as other diseases is also re-emerging owing to a dwindling health care resources. Moreover, the deaths that are occurring every day are also increasing in number.
Martin McKee who is a novelist of a recently launched study that is published in a medical journal known as “The Lancet” said that within the actions that were obligatory to the troika of the ECB or the European Central Bank, the European Organization in addition to the IMF or the International Monetary Fund, there were also the needs to curtail on a number of clinics that are treating various types of infectious disease. The health specialist also added that the mentally unbalanced are also exaggerated. The amount of suicides that are committed nowadays, has also increased extremely in a crisis stricken nations as the Europe’s debt troubles approached into the focus in the year, 2008 & 2009.
Greece had been deeply exaggerated, although Spain has also observed an increase in the number of cases of the people who are with depression.
McKee concluded that for almost 200 years, from the time when the renowned German public health activist as well as pathologist named Rudolf Virchow, people are being taught towards looking upstream on the road to all the possible. McKee further added that the factors are the direct consequences of a financial deficit.
He stated that the strength of all the hospitals in addition to the people’s health system in order to cope by means of all the wants is being radically reduced. As a result, the public have a less access. At the end of the day, what one can normally figure out in a working health care system is only some doctors and a very few number of surgeons.
De Jonge quoted that Funding on behalf of a health care had been hacked by up to a range of 40 % in Greece since the commencement of the financial deficit along with fatal results. Within the Athens, one would have seen a 1500 % increase in the HIV cases in the year of 2011 compared to that of 2010. That is owing to the truth that a Ministry of Health abridged its budget in order to distribute the clean needles. Even the diseases that were believed to have been cleaned out in the Europe, for example Dengue, are making the comebacks. In the year of 2011, Greece recorded their first locally broadcasted malaria disease since from the 1950s. De Jonge pointed the blame over to the politicians.