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Partnership to End HIV, STDs and Hepatitis Statement Opposing Roll Back of ACA’s LGBTQ Protections

Partnership to End HIV, STDs and Hepatitis vehemently opposes the proposed rule change released today by the Trump Administration that would roll back protections from discrimination in health care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) individuals under Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).


AIDS United Statement on Preservation of Six Protected Classes in Final Medicare Part D Rule

Washington, DC -- “AIDS United is grateful that the final Medicare Part D rule released by the Trump Administration today will continue guaranteeing access to the treatments that enrollees living with HIV depend on for their health and their lives. Part D’s six protected classes allow enrollees living with HIV and other serious conditions like cancer and mental health disorders to access the specific treatment their doctor deems most appropriate without interruption.


AIDS United Statement on House Oversight Hearing on PrEP Pricing and Access

Read AIDS United's statement on today’s House Oversight Committee hearing on the pricing practices of Gilead Sciences, Inc. related to its marketing of Truvada for PrEP and claims that the government may have failed to leverage use patents to which it may be entitled to negotiate lower prices and ultimately broader PrEP access:


Partnership to End HIV, STDs, and Hepatitis Statement on HHS Funding Vote in House Appropriations Committee

The House Appropriations Committee voted yesterday to invest significantly, not just in the health of our nation, but in a vision for an America free from new HIV diagnoses. The Trump Administration first challenged the nation to end new HIV transmissions by 2030 at this year’s State of the Union, and yesterday the House of Representatives appeared poised to not just meet that challenge but to raise the bar even higher.


AIDS United Statement Opposing HHS Final Rule Granting Health Care Providers License to Discriminate

Washington, D.C. -- AIDS United is vehemently opposed to the final rule released by the Trump Administration today that rolls back protections from discrimination in health care for LGBTQ individuals, as well as other marginalized communities. The rule, disguised as “protecting statutory conscience rights” of health care providers, grants providers exemptions from anti-discrimination regulations based on a claim of religious or moral objections.


House Approps Labor-HHS Subcommittee Invests in National Effort to End HIV Transmissions by 2030

The Partnership to End HIV, STDs and Hepatitis thanks the House Appropriations Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies Subcommittee for its continued bipartisan investment in HIV, STD, and Hepatitis prevention and care services, particularly new funding that will be used to implement the first year of the Trump Administration’s plan to end the domestic HIV epidemic by 2030.


AIDS United & Elton John AIDS Foundation Partner to Invest $11 Million Over 3 Years in Black Queer Male & Trans Communities Across U.S.

Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) has selected AIDS United to manage an investment of $11 million over 3 years for services prioritizing Black gay, bisexual, queer and same-gender loving (GBQ/SGL) men and people who are transgender throughout the United States. The Fund for Resilience, Equity, and Engagement (FREE) is one of the biggest investments of its kind, and will support holistic approaches to HIV prevention and care that incorporate intersecting issues including social and economic inequities and other social determinants of health into their service models. The initiative also aims to increase the capacity of organizations that serve these communities and ensure their readiness for growth and long-term sustainability.


Get to Know Ten Leaders Making Waves in the South

Today AIDS United announced the second cohort of the Southern HIV Impact Fund Leadership Development Program aimed at better equipping ten leaders to respond to the challenges t¬hat HIV poses to the region and ensure the long-term sustainability of the leaders themselves, their organizations and our movement. With a focus on expanding professional networks and improving leaders’ skills, knowledge and resilience, the year-long program provides specialized support tailored to individual goals.


Testimony of AIDS United CEO Jesse Milan, Jr. on Fiscal Year 2020 HIV Appropriations

AIDS United Fiscal Year 2020 Testimony prepared for the House Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies


550+ Advocates Gather For AIDSWatch in D.C. to Meet with Members of Congress as Struggle to End HIV Gains Renewed Focus

Washington, D.C. – AIDSWatch, the largest federal HIV advocacy event in the country., will kick off today in Washington, D.C. as the movement to end the epidemic reaches a critical juncture. Presenting sponsor, The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, and organized by AIDS United, with U.S. PLHIV Caucus and Treatment Access Expansion Project, this year’s event will bring more than 550 advocates from 40 states, DC, and Puerto Rico to the nation’s capital to meet with members of Congress to discuss what is needed to end the HIV epidemic within the decade.

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