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Mourning Paul Farmer, Honoring His Legacy

TAG’s staff and board of directors are filled with grief at the premature death of Dr. Paul Farmer, who illuminated and changed our world with his combination of passion, intelligence, solidarity with the poor, and determined will for social justice.
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graphic from Breaking Barriers summary that shows why covid-19 and HIV remain prevalent in U.S. communities of color - structural racism pathways are: income, homelessness, unemployment, residental segregation, insurance-healthcare access, incarceration, provider bias, federal laws, and local policies

TAG and COVID-19 Prevention Network Fact Sheets

These three fact sheets were developed by TAG in partnership with the COVID-19 Prevention Network (CoVPN) and the Black AIDS Institute (BAI), and they aim to foster community understanding of COVID-19 vaccine research and development, as well as highlight community perspectives on the topic.
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Have a Heart, Save My Liver! Who Has Access to the Cure in Africa?

On September 11 2021, Treatment Action Group’s Joelle Dountio Ofinboudem presented new data on the registration of the hepatitis C cure at the Conference on Liver Disease in Africa (COLDA) 2021. The presentation titled, “Have a Heart, Save My Liver! Who Has Access to the Cure in Africa,” explains that accelerating treatment uptake across Africa is urgently needed to meet WHO hepatitis C targets by 2030.
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Unique Barriers to COVID-19 Vaccine Access for Black Communities

On Wednesday, May 19, 2021,Treatment Action Group (TAG), Black AIDS Institute, (BAI), and the COVID Prevention Trials Network (CoVPN) will convene a virtual news conference and roundtable discussion to disseminate findings from a soon-to-be published report: Breaking Barriers: Surveying Community Perspectives on COVID-19 Vaccine Research.
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