Tell Gilead CEO John Martin to Lower the Price of ‘Stribild’
Taxpayer-funded AIDS programs subsidize Gilead CEO John Martin’s salary. Meanwhile thousands are cut off from these very programs due to funding shortages. Martin repeatedly jacks up drug prices to line his pockets. He’s at it again with Stribild, charging a shocking $28,500 per year – 37% more than existing drug regimens.
Condoms in Porn
In August 2011, the adult film industry in Los Angeles suspended filming after a performer tested HIV positive. Although Cal-OSHA, the state workplace safety organization, says the law requires the use of condoms on porn sets, the division isn’t able to perform the spot checks necessary to ensure compliance. Vote ‘Yes on B’ this November.
Anti-HIV medications are expensive. Over the course of a year, just one will cost thousands – some over $10,000 – and more than one is needed to treat people with AIDS. These high prices put an unbearable strain on cash-strapped AIDS Drug Assistance Programs, limiting access to lifesaving treatment for those most in need…
Keep the Promise Pledge
On July 22nd 2012 advocates from all over the world joined the March on Washington to urge US and global leaders to ‘Keep the Promise’ on HIV/AIDS. Join the continued fight and pledge to be a part of the worldwide Keep the Promise coalition.