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AUG12

AIDS United Statement Opposing Final Public Charge Rule

AIDS United is strongly opposed to the final Public Charge rule released by the Trump Administration today that greatly increases roadblocks to an immigrant’s chances of obtaining US citizenship. The new rule expands the types of public programs that, if used, could harm an individual’s ability to achieve citizenship. The rule also allows US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to deem an immigrant “inadmissible on a health-related ground” for a variety of illnesses that often impact people living with and affected by HIV.





JUL25

The Partnership to End HIV, STDs, and Hepatitis Statement on This Week’s Budget Deal

We are encouraged by the two-year budget agreement reached by the President and congressional leadership and urge Congress to pass the agreement so that we can significantly invest in our nation’s public health infrastructure and increase funding levels for HIV, STD, and hepatitis prevention programs in the final FY2020 appropriations bills.





JUL23

JESSE MILAN, JR., J.D. NAMED TO AMERICAN BOARD OF INTERNAL MEDICINE’S INFECTIOUS DISEASE BOARD

Jesse Milan, Jr., J.D., president and CEO of AIDS United, has been appointed to the American Board of Internal Medicine’s (ABIM) Infectious Disease Board.





JUN27

AIDS United Awards Over $3 million to Support Trans People & Black Queer Men Across U.S.

Investment from new fund advances social justice approach to HIV prevention and care





MAY24

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).





MAY16

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.





MAY15

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:





MAY09

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.





MAY02

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.





APR30

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.






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