On November 16, 2022, please join TAG, INPUD and AfroCAB for our webinar “Community Mobilization to Ensure Health Systems’ Readiness for Long-Acting Therapies” at 8:00 a.m. EST / 02:00 p.m. CET / 05:30 IST.
Four years after the Medicines Patent Pool (MPP) and AbbVie came to agreement on a voluntary license authorizing MPP to sublicense G/P to generic manufacturers to ensure commercialization in low- and middle-income countries, generic G/P is not available anywhere.
This video, offered here in English, French, and Spanish, was made to be shown at the AfroCAB booth at the 24th International AIDS Conference.
A group of six leading HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis advocates today released the following joint statement regarding recent manufacturer action against the 340B Drug Pricing Program:
As we look forward to an end of an extremely challenging year—and past four years—we reflect on the remarkable resilience and impact of TAG, even and especially in these dark times.
This new report offers recommendations to ensure access to long-acting technologies throughout the research and development process.
Hepatitis C PACT was launched in 2021 and aims to tackle ongoing disparities in access to diagnostics and treatment for hepatitis C virus (HCV) in low-and middle-income countries (LMICs), home to 75% of people living with the viral illness. This brief explains the group's goals and work.
This policy brief highlights strategies that leverage the COVID-19 response towards improving access to HCV diagnostics, treatment, and care.
The National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable (NVHR), the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School (CHLPI), and the Treatment Action Group (TAG) today applauded New York State (NYS) Medicaid for removing the requirement that new patients receive prior authorization approval for hepatitis C treatment.
On Friday, April 3, Treatment Action Group (TAG) and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), and the Global Coalition of TB Activists (GCTA) held a webinar on the price of Xpert tests for COVID-19, TB, HIV, HCV and other diseases.