Outreach worker Antwan Matthews argues for housing and public health approaches, not criminalization of people living on the streets.
We answer some key questions about the latest new effort to kill the Affordable Care Act, including what it means for people living with HIV and what can do to make a difference.
Activist Mark Hannay explains what the bill means for people living with HIV and how it will shape the 2020 election debate.
Can a company be considered LGBTQ-friendly if its insurance policies ignore HIV-prevention trends?
Research indicates that robust universal health coverage could contribute to reducing HIV incidence by improving access to proven tools for reducing transmission.
As of July 1, United Healthcare will require prior authorization for PrEP for HIV prevention, and the use of their own mail-order pharmacy. This is complicated and confusing, says Benjamin Brooks.
The Affordable Care Act might be safe for now, but Planned Parenthood isn't -- nor are the extensive HIV prevention and testing services it provides in areas that sorely need them.
Block grants eliminate the legal right to medically necessary services at the heart of Medicaid. But people with HIV aren't alone: Millions of Americans of all backgrounds need lifesaving Medicaid care.
Shkreli's arrest has everything to do with how the U.S. has laws that watch investors' backs, contends JD Davids. But we don't have the laws we need on drug pricing and access, she argues, and that lets a thousand Grinches grin.
Why do Americans and their insurers pay more for some drugs and less for others? And who decides what a fair price for a drug should be, and how can manufacturers and health plans be compelled to improve access and affordability?