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This ruling will affect millions and erect barriers to care, say patient advocacy groups representing those with cancer, HIV and more.
The patient advocacy coalition I Am Essential sent a letter to the HHS spelling out why the plan is dangerous.
The distribution of contaminated blood products left nearly 7,500 people infected with HIV and hepatitis C in the 1970s and ’80s.
Corey Dubin contracted HIV and hepatitis C via infected blood products used for hemophilia. His death leaves a legacy of advocacy efforts.
Eric Winer also notes that “the stigma...based on medical illness can be devastating.”
Tragedies can be avoided, but only if we pursue the path of truth
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Aside from my initial reaction to the infection and my father’s bad luck, my HBV was largely forgotten.
An overview of the 2014 National Hemophilia Foundation annual meeting.
An open letter from People with Bleeding Disorders and HCV urging the U.S. government to stop clinical trials on a potentially damaging hepati...
Tears were shed, lives we’re cut short, we slept with fear, and our voices will be heard. Now we walk in confidence.
Many said I couldn’t get married, I couldn’t work, I couldn’t thrive, my life would be cut short, but Christ had other plans.
My lab results came back today on my hepatitis B Viral Load follow-up tests... and, it’s gone down. Considerably. From 100,000 copies at four...
This week I went in for another round of labs to see what exactly is happening with this hepatitis B viral load business. My doctor okay’d thi...
We speak with Marilyn Ness about Bad Blood, a documentary that chronicles how the hemophilia community fought to protect the blood supply.
An award-winning composer who contracted HIV and hepatitis C from contaminated National Health Service (NHS) blood products has won a legal ch...
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