In 2022, the World Health Organization (WHO) updated its guidelines for treating drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB), recommending a six-month cure. This guide lays out what activists need to know about the new DR-TB treatment regimens, including an overview of findings from…
These free educational materials are designed for community-based and civil society organizations to use to advocate for and teach people about TB preventive treatment (TPT).
On February 27, 2024, Join TAG as we explore innovative strategies and successful interventions for addressing the unique challenges faced by people living with HIV who are experiencing homelessness.
Treatment Action Group (TAG), the New-York-City-based activist research and policy think tank working to end the epidemics of HIV, TB, and hepatitis C, made leadership changes at its annual Board of Directors meeting on February 10, 2024.
In the collective effort to engage, educate, and empower advocates around the ongoing impacts on Black communities, and to raise awareness around persistent and new threats to equitably ending the HIV epidemic, this National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day beckons us to confront the shadows that linger within our communities, specifically among our Black and Brown queer community members.
We are appalled. As organisations that have historically worked on issues of health justice and access to medicines for millions of people around the world, for decades, focusing on HIV/AIDS, TB, cancer, and COVID, we share the urgent concern and outrage of aid organizations (NGOs) that the sudden decision by global north donor countries to suspend funding for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) ‘’comes amid a rapidly worsening humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza."
Hepatitis C-related liver diseases continue to kill an estimated 15,000 people per year in the United States, despite the availability of an effective cure.
Treatment Action Group (TAG) is seeking a dynamic, highly motivated, and organized Consultant to support the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Project in its US domestic work.
A new report released today by Treatment Action Group (TAG) and the Stop TB Partnership has found that cumulative funding for tuberculosis (TB) research and development (R&D) over the past five years is falling shockingly short of commitments.
Three recent announcements of tuberculosis (TB) medicine and diagnostics price reductions access will enable millions more people to receive TB preventive therapy, and to be tested and treated for TB. Announced alongside the United Nations General Assembly High-Level Meeting on Tuberculosis (TB) in September, these victories across the cascade of TB care were the result of years of targeted, spirited, and informed mobilization from the TB community.