By Mike Frick and Mark Harrington The articles in this 30th anniversary issue of TAGline grapple with “pandemic equity,” an increasingly common catchphrase in global health. COVID-19 has shown that “equity,” like its cousins “justice,” “fairness,” and “equality,” is one…
This year’s edition of TAGline commemorates TAG’s 30th anniversary, and these articles explore TAG’s work over the years: what we've accomplished, what we've learned, the continuing obstacles to progress, and what comes next.
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.
As it celebrates its 30th Anniversary year, Treatment Action Group (TAG) announced the election of David Puente, Michael Montero and Ivy Kwan Arce to its Board of Directors.
Save the date for Tuesday, November 16, 2021! TAG’s 2021 Research in Action Awards will honor some of the best and brightest activists, scientists, and leaders in the fight to end HIV, tuberculosis, and hepatitis C across the U.S. and around the world. This year we’ll once again gather virtually to ensure this year’s event is safe and open for participation to our allies and friends across the U.S. and world.
In response to this morning's announcement by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH) that the DOHMH would open a temporary monkeypox vaccination clinic at the Chelsea Sexual Health Clinic in New York, Treatment Action Group's Executive Director, Mark Harrington, and TAG HIV Project Director Riko A. Boone, MSW, MPH, MA, said:
Please join us on June 30 for this free webinar where we discuss the lessons learned from COVID-19 protocols and policies implemented by HBCUs, along with student perspectives that will help inform responses to future pandemics or other public health emergencies.
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.
This year we celebrate the unending dedication and accomplishments of TAG’s staff. They persevered through the challenges of an ongoing pandemic in 2021 to find new ways to carry out our work.
This factsheet developed by IMPAACT4C19 and Treatment Action Group lays out all that you need to know about molnupiravir: what it is, how to take it, who should use it (and who should not,) and how it interacts with other drugs.