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Public Comment Submitted to the Advisory Committee on Blood and Tissue Safety and Availability (ACBTSA)

Comment submitted prior to their meeting on November 17, 2022. Comment is in regard to discussion and voting on recommendation related to implementation of the HIV Organ Policy Equity (HOPE) Act of 2013, specifically pertaining to HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplantation and pertaining to the following draft recommendation under consideration regarding removal of the statutory “NIH Research Criteria and IRB” requirement.
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Treatment Action Group Statement: U.S. District Court Ruling Allowing Employers to Deny PrEP Coverage Is a Dangerous Attack on Public Health

Treatment Action Group (TAG)  unequivocally condemns the September 2022 U.S. District Court ruling in Fort Worth, Texas on the case Braidwood Management Inc. et al., v. Xavier Becerra et al., which ruled that the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that employers cover pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention was unconstitutional.
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Chief Operating Officer

Treatment Action Group (TAG) is seeking a dynamic, seasoned, and strategic leader to become TAG's Chief Operating Officer, supporting the organization as it continues to grow.
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COVID-19 and Monkeypox: When Will They End?

With the emergence of MPV and the existing COVID-19 pandemic, there is growing concern amongst communities broadly on what the future holds. On September 29, please join Treatment Action Group, Black AIDS Institute, and the Coronavirus Prevention Network (CoVPN) with special guests Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, Justin James (Twitter: @TheKingOfReads), and Larry Fellows for this free webinar.
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cover of publication: An Advocate's Introduction to SARS-CoV-2 Rapid Diagnostic Testing, there's a drawing on the cover of a hand holding up two types of COVID rapid tests

Test and Treat COVID-19: An Advocate’s Introduction to SARS-CoV-2 Rapid Diagnostic Testing

All people have the right to know their COVID-19 status and to be able to use that information to protect themselves, their families, and their communities. Rapid antigen tests can be used at home or in informal settings to reliably and quickly detect cases of COVID-19, to guide decisions on interventions such as self-isolation, contact tracing, and antiviral treatment.
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