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Damon L. Jacobs: The Calm in the PrEP Storm

A profile of Damon L. Jacobs, US PrEP advocate.

Published
07 August 2014
From
My Fabulous Disease
Suspicious Prescriptions for HIV Drugs Abound in Medicare

The inspector general of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services finds Medicare spent tens of millions of dollars in 2012 for HIV drugs there’s little evidence patients needed. A 77-year-old woman with no record of HIV got $33,500 of medication.

Published
06 August 2014
From
ProPublica
What Will the new Hepatitis C Medicines do to Medicare Part D?

In the latest salvo fired over the cost of hepatitis C treatments, a new report projects that the cost of these drugs – including the Sovaldi medication sold by Gilead Sciences – will increase 2015 federal spending by Medicare Part D between $2.9 billion to $5.8 billion.

Published
05 August 2014
From
Wall Street Journal
Report: USAID used HIV program in Cuba to foment rebellion

The Associated Press is reporting that an Obama administration program secretly dispatched young Latin Americans to Cuba using the cover of health and civic programs to provoke political change.

Published
04 August 2014
From
Washington Post
Nigeria Wakes Up to its AIDS Threat

Nigeria’s HIV infection rate of 3.2 percent appears low in comparison to southern Africa’s, but with a population of 173 million, it translates into huge numbers – 3.4 million Nigerians lived with HIV in 2013.

Published
04 August 2014
From
Inter Press Service
On AIDS: Three Lessons From Africa

Analysis of three countries that are doing very well on some aspect of fighting AIDS: Rwanda, Ethiopia and Malawi.

Published
04 August 2014
From
New York Times
Heightened HIV risk for people with disabilities

Inaccessible health services for people with disabilities (PWD), combined with social stigma and violence, contribute to high HIV risk - a gap that must be filled if the disabled are not to remain disproportionately vulnerable to HIV/AIDS, say health experts and activists.

Published
31 July 2014
From
IRIN Plus News
Mothers starting antiretrovirals in Malawi lost from care more frequently, revealing weaknesses in Option B+ implementation

Although Malawi’s policy of offering lifelong antiretroviral therapy (ART) to women living with HIV who are pregnant or breastfeeding resulted in a sevenfold increase in women

Published
30 July 2014
By
Carole Leach-Lemens
Call to EU Ministers of health and CEOs of Abbvie, BMS, Gilead, Janssen and Merck/MSD regarding universal access to curative hepatitis C treatment in the EU and beyond

Together with many large NGOs EATG has signed up to a Joint Declaration urging EU Ministries of health to consider compulsory licensing as a last resort to ensure access to the HCV direct-acting antivirals.

Published
30 July 2014
From
EATG
Of guidelines, targets and resources: the documents that defined the 2014 International AIDS Conference

If there was a phrase that defined the 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014), one that surfaced in every few presentations and kept turning up in documents,

Published
26 July 2014
By
Gus Cairns

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