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Armando Herrera sold adulterated and misbranded HIV drugs through companies in six states. He faces a maximum of five years in prison.
The number of people with HIV in prisons has declined for 23 straight years, found a DOJ report that also looked at HIV testing in prisons.
A woman claimed a tattoo artist canceled her appointment after learning she had HIV, which violates federal protections.
The Miami businessman, who was released on bond, is accused of running HIV drug distribution schemes in Florida and other states.
In this HIV discrimination case, the town of Clarksville, Indiana, is accused of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.
In January, Gilead Sciences claimed that over $250 million in counterfeit meds were sold and that it had sued the illegal distributors.
The doctor allegedly refused to perform a breast reduction procedure because of the woman’s HIV status.
He said it would enable drug use, but Jeff Sessions also influenced the veto.
Legal experts claim the attack is “absurd.” But the Trump administration supports it.
Derek Broomes allegedly diverted federal money intended to help low-income New Yorkers living with HIV/AIDS.
“No child should be kept from attending school based on unfounded fears about HIV.”
School district ousted three foster children until they were tested for HIV.
The eight grantees help prevent their clients from becoming homeless.
The DOJ found that the hospital unlawfully refused to admit someone.
The settlement resolves allegations that the Castlewood Treatment Center violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The settlement resolves allegations that the Fayetteville Pain Center violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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