Test and Treat

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With the approach of World AIDS Day each year, AHF leads a global coalition to test people by the million and refer those who are positive to treatment. We partner …

Drug Pricing

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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 …

Save ADAP

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AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs) are a collaboration between state and federal government to provide a safety net for people with AIDS who have no other means to afford their …

PrEP

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Gilead Science is testing its top-selling HIV drug, Truvada, for use as a form of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) – a way to prevent HIV transmission. In a recent study, the …

Condoms in Porn

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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 …

“Out of the Closet Thrift Store”

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The West Hollywood Out of the Closet Thrift Store window displays are a constantly rotating gallery of artwork, thanks to visual artist Edgar I. Orduna—also known as “eiotown”—who has been …

March on Washington 2012

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When the International AIDS Conference comes to Washington, we’re telling government to keep the promise on AIDS. In July 2012, international advocates march for AIDS funds and programming.