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Patient groups had sued over a Trump administration Medicare rule that allowed insurers not to count co-pays as out-of-pocket costs.
People 55 and older represent 41% of the U.S. population living with HIV. Learn more about #HIVandAging and #NHAAD.
#NAIRHHADAY is now an officially recognized HIV awareness day. Join a September 14 webinar to learn why this matters.
The American Red Cross started screening all donors using a questionnaire to evaluate behavior-based risk. Folks on PrEP may not donate.
The proposal improves on current Medicare coverage, which allows cost-sharing fees and mostly excludes long-acting PrEP.
Health officials urge clients who got Botox or vampire facials at the now-shuttered spa to get tested for HIV and hepatitis B and C.
Ending the mandate to cover preventive care such as PrEP “will cause incalculable harm to our efforts to end the HIV epidemic.”
HIV, hepatitis C and drug use are more prevalent in prisons. Plus: Watch a harm reduction success story in Moldova’s prison system. [VIDEO]
The National Cancer Plan offers a road map for collaboration across cancer programs and bolsters the goals of the Cancer Moonshot.
$9.6B for a new PrEP program to prevent HIV, $11B to eliminate hepatitis C and several proposed funding boosts encourage advocates.
Conspiracy theorists ignore Magic Johnson’s own words: “I am certain that I was infected by having unprotected sex with a woman.”
The Pennsylvania law increases penalties for spitting on a police officer and committing actions that could transmit HIV, hep B and more.
Signed at a Fast-Track Cities conference, the Sevilla Declaration urges “the centrality of affected communities in urban HIV responses.”
Meanwhile, to avoid the draft, Russian men resort to breaking their own arms and legs or bribing doctors for fake HIV diagnoses.
Congress members write to Biden, pushing for the Department of Defense to allow people with HIV and hepatitis B to enlist in the military.
Insurers should allow co-pay assistance to count as out-of-pocket spending, claims HHS lawsuit by HIV, hepatitis and diabetes advocates.
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