Venezolans is recurring there alternative medicine as the country is affected by drug shortages and hyperinflation, according to the images taken from the spiritual clinic 'Hermano Guayanes' in Petare, a city in the metropolitan area of Caracas.
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Carlos Rosales, spiritual healer of the center, said that business has been at the height of an increase 300% of them patients. "Even those who have money to pay for a consultation, not enough money to pay for drugs," he said. "A consultation at a hepatitis clinic is $ 20, that's enough," continued Elisandra Suárez, who came to receive treatment for hepatitis.
"Here you dance that you are naturists, purifiers, you do what you have a greater accessibility to be able to improve", continued. Across Venezuela, especially in poverty-stricken areas such as Petare, thousands of people are affected by severe food shortages, medicines and commodities.
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Over there sanitary crisis The country is forcing the population to recourse to alternative medicine for treatment, spiritual healers and shamans. According to the reports, it is estimated that some 300 thousand personas con chronic illnesses who have no access to evidence-based treatment methods are muerte danger.
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