Monthly Archives: October 2016

AHF Africa Bureau Applauds Zambia’s Ministry of Health and Chainama College as 23 CHA-HIV Medic Students Graduate

LUSAKA, Zambia – Tuesday, October 11th 2016 AHF today applauded Zambia’s Ministry of Health and Chainama College of Health Sciences on the graduation of 23 CHA-HIV Medic students. This is the 2nd class of HIV Medics to graduate in Zambia since the course was formally accepted and registered with the Health professional Council of Zambia…

SacBee: Spending big on sex and drug initiatives, AIDS activist Michael Weinstein says he ‘can’t lose’

Sacramento Bee October 10, 2016 BY CHRISTOPHER CADELAGO AND JEREMY B. WHITE LOS ANGELES – In a 21st-floor office with clear views of the Hollywood sign, Michael Weinstein sips a protein drink and nurses his mistrust of the pharmaceutical industry. Weinstein, 64, leads the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, an organization he willed from a 25-bed hospice…

“Prop 61 – Big Pharma Promises Revenge If It Passes”

OCTOBER 6, 2016 By Doug Porter   Proposition 61 seems pretty straightforward. The price paid for prescription drugs in California state health care programs must be equal to or lower than what is paid by the Veterans Administration. Sadly, it isn’t that simple. There’s $101 million (and counting) being spent on this measure, which only…