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2020 Statements

CROI 2020 TB Round Up
March 16, 2020 — Treatment Action Group welcomes the flurry of tuberculosis (TB) data reported at the 2020 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI). This statement includes a summary of major findings, TAG’s take on them, and a more detailed overview of key findings.

African Declaration to Eliminate Hepatitis C and Improve the Health of People Who Use Drugs
February 20, 2020 — A group of organizations that includes Treatment Action Group issued this statement/declaration today, while attending INHSU 2020 Africa: the 1st Regional Conference on Hepatitis Care in Substance Users.

Statement from the ACT NOW:END AIDS Coalition on President Trump’s State of the Union Commitment to Eradicate AIDS
February 5, 2020 — 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.

Treatment Action Group Statement on the HVTN 702 HIV Vaccine Trial Results
February 3, 2020 — Treatment Action Group acknowledges with profound disappointment today’s announcement that the HIV Vaccine Trials Network HVTN 702 study did not demonstrate efficacy in preventing HIV acquisition.

Sanofi Withdraws Two Patent Applications on Life-Saving Tuberculosis Prevention Drugs in Europe and in Indonesia
January 22, 2020 — Follow up to our 12/19 statement applauding Indian activists for taking legal action to oppose two patent applications filed by Sanofi in India. This joint statement from Treatment Action Group and OTMeds urges Sanofi to deliver on its promise to withdraw in all countries where the applications were filed and…

After Cuomo Speech, NY Health Orgs Including TAG Warn that Governor’s Health Plan Falls Short
January 9, 2020 — TAG, as part of the Save NY Public Health Campaign, called out Governor Cuomo’s recently announced Medicaid cuts and other failures to adequately address health and health equity in his January 8, 2020 “State of the State” address.

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