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July 22, 2012

The Crisis in Access to Care

Moderated by Regan Hofmann, this roundtable discussion on the crisis in access to HIV care included Vignetta Charles, Laurie Dill, Cynthia Gomez, Kathie Hiers, David Holtgrave and David Munar.

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Karen, Seattle, 2012-11-08 02:08:08
Due to budget cuts to AIDS funding in my state,I don't qualify for the ADAP program anymore. 4 years ago I qualified while making 42,000 per year. This year, I make about 35,000. I was notified this May that I no longer qualify for medical help. That means, even with my insurance, I have to pay copays for my labs, doctor visits and any other testing necessary as well as meds. Since I can't afford that, I only get whats absolutely essential. Who's playing God these days?

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