On September 14, 2022, a coalition of activists, researchers, and public health professionals sent the following letter to the White House MPX Coordinators, OSTP, CDC, and NIH/NIAID asking for a coordinated and adequately funded comprehensive Federal research effort to contain,…
GeneXpert diagnostic tests are essential tools in the struggle against COVID-19, tuberculosis, HIV, viral hepatitis, and other diseases. This brief outlines actionable steps the U.S. government can take to hold Cepheid accountable for transparent, fair, and equitable pricing of GeneXpert tests.
Treatment Action Group (TAG) congratulates President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on their ascension to the highest offices of the United States. Their victory in both the popular and electoral vote is historic.
AVAC, Health GAP and the Treatment Action Group (TAG) strongly condemn the Trump Administration’s withdrawal from the World Health Organization (WHO).
Tomorrow, Treatment Action Group (TAG) will be observing and honoring Juneteenth—a commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States—through a day of solidarity, actions, and reflection.
On May 15, TAG Executive Director Mark Harrington presented this testimony to the New York City Council Committee on and Health and the New York Council Committee on Hospitals on Oversight: NYC's Plan for COVID-19 Testing and Contact Tracing.
AVAC, Health GAP, Knowledge Ecology International (KEI), and Treatment Action Group (TAG) strongly condemn the Trump Administration’s decision to halt funding to the World Health Organization (WHO) in the midst of the urgent COVID-19 global health crisis.
This policy brief discusses the impact of underfunding TB research led by U.S. government agencies. The brief explores several prospective opportunities for TB R&D that would be made possible with increased funding, with recommendations on where policymakers and appropriators can make key investments to U.S. government agencies to advance crucial science on TB diagnostics, treatments, and vaccines.
We hope you’re staying safe and sanitized during this difficult time! Here at TAG, we’re fortunate to be able to safely work from home, and advance the fight against HIV, tuberculosis, and hepatitis C — and now against COVID-19.
The ACT NOW:END AIDS Coalition, of which TAG is a founding member, released this statement today calling for the administration’s efforts to end the HIV epidemic to be rooted in fact, science, and sensible policies that are consistent with the stated goal of ending HIV.