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HIV/AIDS Treatment: Nine Causes Worth Fighting For

January 25, 2002

We asked Ronda Goldfein and Yolanda Lollis of the AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania where activism could be most useful for their clients, both at the Federal and at state and local levels. They suggested the following. We added some comments in parentheses:

Note: If you need assistance with an AIDS-related legal issue you may be able to get help from an AIDS legal services organization near you. To find out if there is one in your area, check The Directory of Legal Resources for People with AIDS and HIV, by the American Bar Association AIDS Coordination Project, phone 202-662-1025, or go to: http://www.abanet.org/irr/aidsproject/publications/aids-dir.html.


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