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A glance at HIV-related themes as they appeared in 1994, the first year of POZ, and during the past year
More than 250,000 people living with HIV would be affected by a proposed rule change to Medicare Part D.
Over 35 groups—including HIV doctors—warn Trump administration leaders about the negative health care consequences of such a plan.
AIDS United calls out actions by the Trump administration that have harmed people living with HIV and LGBT people.
Why it matters that Trump has not appointed a director of the Office of National AIDS Policy
This summer, six members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS resigned because President Trump “simply does not care.”
“What we really need is action on the health care bill.”
Lifting the entry ban for tourists and immigrants with HIV, releasing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, approving PrEP, and more.
A full repeal of Obamacare is unlikely, but the Ryan White Care Act will be even more important to people with HIV.
We always said that it doesn’t matter who is in the White House, we still have to fight an epidemic.
Despite a lack of authorization, the Department of Defense continues to take action against service members living with HIV.
The U.S. will match one dollar for every two dollars pledged to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
An update from the director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy (ONAP).
Amy Lansky will service as the new director of the Office of National AIDS Policy, writes Brooks in his farewell letter.
The FY2017 budget invests $2.3 billion in the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program and supports new programs for PrEP and hepatitis C.
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