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Trump's Justice Department Just Declared All-Out War on Obamacare. What Does It Mean? Img

Trump's Justice Department Just Declared All-Out War on Obamacare. What Does It Mean?

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.

Mark Hannay with disability rights activist Nadina LaSpina

What Do the Midterm Election Results Mean for Health Care and People Living With HIV?

Congress is divided, and all sorts of new possibilities are in play. What does it all mean for folks living with HIV, and for health care generally? We chatted with veteran activist Mark Hannay to find out.

Low-Income HIV Patients Fear Coverage Gains May Slip Away Img

Low-Income HIV Patients Fear Coverage Gains May Slip Away

"I will die if I don't have access to my medication and treatment, and it's not pretty," Tami Haught says. "I've seen it. It's not an easy death."

California Cancels Contract With ADAP Administrator; HIV Advocates Hopeful for a Better System Img

California Cancels Contract With ADAP Administrator; HIV Advocates Hopeful for a Better System

In a move to fix ongoing service provision problems by the AIDS Drug Assistance Program, the California Department of Public Health announced that they have terminated a contract with their ADAP administrator.

Think Obamacare and the AIDS Drug Assistance Program Improve Health Outcomes? Here Are the Stats Img

Think Obamacare and the AIDS Drug Assistance Program Improve Health Outcomes? Here Are the Stats

Getting more people in care has led to high rates of viral load suppression, and ACA resources have helped ADAP dollars stretch further, reports NASTAD. But with 20 states still not expanding Medicaid, many face more limited services.

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Senate Appropriations Committee Approves HIV Funding

In relatively short order this week, the Senate Subcommittees on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies and on Financial Services and General Government passed their Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 bills followed quickly by votes at t...

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California: Brown's Budget Would Hit People With AIDS

Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed budget for fiscal 2011-12 could increase clients' share of costs in the state AIDS Drug Assistance Program. Proposed ADAP funding for the period is $518.5 million -- $163.8 million of it from the state's general fund.

Und...

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N.C. Rep: Government Shouldn't Fund HIV Treatment for People 'Living in Perverted Lifestyles'

In North Carolina this week, state Rep. Larry Brown announced that the government should not spend money to treat adults with HIV/AIDS who "caused it by the way they live."

His unfortunate and ridiculously uninformed comments are the latest in a str...

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Is the National HIV/AIDS Strategy Good for Black Americans? Part 2: Increasing Access to Care -- A Blog Entry by Rod McCullom

When the National HIV/AIDS Strategy was unvieled this past July, some hailed it as a tremendous step forward, while others criticized it for being too lofty. In the second of four installments about the strategy, The Black AIDS Institute takes on bet...

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Youth Say It Loud: We're the Next AIDS Fighters!

When Anthony Roberts Jr. signed up for last year's Youth Action Institute, the Campaign to End AIDS' annual six-day youth education conference, he didn't know much about HIV. He just knew that he had to take action: Four of his friends -- a college r...