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Government Relations and Policy Associate

Treatment Action Group (TAG) is seeking a talented and motivated candidate to serve as Government Relations and Policy Associate. This dynamic position will manage government relations and advance domestic and global health priorities through outreach and advocacy.
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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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Cover Of TAG's Annual Report. Reads: 2021 TAG Annual Report, Progress In The Fight For Better Treatment, Prevention, A Vaccine, And A Cure For HIV, Tuberculosis, And Hepatitis C Virus

2021 Annual Report

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.
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Treatment Action Group Mourns Urvashi Vaid, Celebrates Her Life and Legacy

Treatment Action Group (TAG) today mourns the premature loss of transformative LGBTQ and AIDS activist Urvashi Vaid, formerly executive director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (now the National LGBTQ Task Force) at the height of the U.S. AIDS crisis in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and peerless leader of the LBGTQ movement for many years thereafter.
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World Malaria Day 2022 Long-Acting Technologies Community Advisory Board (LAT-CAB) Statement

As the global Long-Acting Technologies Community Advisory Board (LAT CAB) representing 12 countries, vast civil society networks, and people living with and affected by malaira, HIV, tuberculosis, and hepatitis C across the world – in reflection of World Malaria Day on April 25, 2022 – we are shocked and united in anger at the health disparities and slow progress in meeting malaria eradication goals set out in the WHO Global Technical Strategy for Malaria 2016-2030.
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