Keep the fundamentals in place:
"We believe there are ways to enhance and stabilize the healthcare system that will not place the burden on individuals most vulnerable, as this bill does. With its emphasis on preventive services, ensuring access to community providers, and assistance for individuals living in poverty, including those newly eligible for expanded Medicaid, the ACA's provisions are proven as critical for reducing new HIV and STD infections and assisting those living with these conditions to continue living long, productive lives," says Jesse Milan Jr., president and CEO of AIDS United, who has been living with HIV for over 30 years, in the release.
He emphasizes, "Any changes to the health system should keep these fundamentals in place."
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