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Here’s why they claim the preventive measure against COVID-19 will save lives, notably of people with HIV.
“A large swath of the U.S. population living with HIV is at great risk,” reads their open letter sent to every member of Congress.
Or when a transgender immigrant locked up by ICE is bleeding from her rectum and needs medical care?
The outbreak of new coronavirus is having a “major impact” on their lives, and many are “very panicked.”
They would follow the lead of California, which allows pharmacies to dispense a 30-day supply of the HIV prevention pill without a script.
Over 60 drugmakers raised prices an average of 5.8% on hundreds of drugs.
The U.S. Health Department launched Ready, Set, PrEP to provide the HIV prevention med at no cost.
The courts will be the judge of that. And AIDS United welcomes the lawsuit over Truvada as HIV prevention.
Andrew Spieldenner, PhD, vice chair of the U.S. People Living With HIV Caucus, asks where folks with the virus fit in.
37 state Medicaid programs continue to restrict access to lifesaving medication—despite medical guidelines telling them not to.
The Miami program IDEA Exchange provides secure locations to store meds.
Beginning January 1, pharmacists can provide an initial supply of the pills that prevent HIV.
A report maps out four common factors that help these cities and countries beat the epidemic. [VIDEO]
The proposal allows pharmacies to dispense a first-time 30-day supply of the HIV prevention pill without a script.
The Trump administration had proposed changing which meds were covered, including HIV and cancer drugs.
Only one company will sell a version of the HIV prevention pill Truvada. When others go to market, prices will likely drop further.
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