Today's Global TB Report from WHO confirms our worst expectations for how COVID-19 has set back the global TB response. The pandemic has reversed an entire generation of progress. The first year-on-year increase in TB deaths since 2005 is devastating.
Delivering on the Promise of Long-Acting Forumulations delves deep into the development of long-acting formulations for the treatment and prevention of infectious diseases like HIV, tuberculosis, hepatitis C, and malaria. Long-acting medications have become common for conditions such as osteoporosis and schizophrenia, and they're even used for birth control.
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.
TAG is seeking a dynamic, highly motivated, and organized Development & Grant Officer to support grant and fundraising efforts.
TAG’s comprehensive analysis found that the public invested at least $252 million USD in the research and development of GeneXpert diagnostic technology, which stands in stark contrast to the lack of affordable pricing and favorable service and maintenance terms from the diagnostics company Cepheid.
Pipeline Report provides an overview of research and provides an overview of research and development of innovations for diagnosing, preventing, treating, and curing HIV, hepatitis C virus (HCV), and tuberculosis (TB).
On June 24, TAG submitted testimony to the Senate Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies outlining funding priorities for fiscal year 2022.
TAG joins the U.S. National TB Controllers Association (NTCA) in celebrating our dedicated and brilliant Senior Government Relations and Policy Officer, Elizabeth (Lizzy) Lovinger, who today received the 2021 Charles DeGraw TB Advocacy Award.
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.
As the HIV epidemic changes over time, and new pandemics continue to emerge, TAG continues to evolve while remaining true to our activist roots. We partner with the most affected communities in the U.S. and around the world.