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 …


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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 …


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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.

Price Cut For Calitra

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AHF now invites you to speak out on behalf of the nearly 10,000 American on AIDS drug wait lists by sending the eletter below. Since President Obama took office, the …