All people affected by TB have a right to benefit from scientific progress and to access the best-available short-course regimens for TB prevention and treatment. The 1/4/6x24 Campaign demands that countries and other duty bearers take action to implement the…
Treatment Action Group (TAG) is pleased to announce the election of Moe Ari Brown to our Board of Directors.
This policy brief explores barriers such as the high-burden among marginalized communities, the complicated diagnostic process, and the difficulties of finding the missing millions of people with HCV in most high-burden countries.
TAG prepared these remarks to deliver at multistakeholder hearings on health held on May 8 and 9, 2023, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.
TAG is presenting the exhibition “35 Years of Art to End AIDS” at Melissa Morgan Fine Art in Palm Desert, California, from March 17 through April 7, 2023. This exhibit features selected works form our Limited Art Editions collection.
On March 24, World Tuberculosis (TB) Day offers an opportunity to take stock of global progress against the deadliest disease in human history. This year, we face a sobering reality: since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, rates of TB infection and death are higher than they’ve been since the early 2000s, setting back an already woefully inadequate effort to end the disease.
Inspired by the legacy of Dr. Paul Farmer, the 1 / 4 / 6 x 24 Campaign calls for the “staff, stuff, space, systems and support” necessary to make groundbreaking short-course TB prevention and treatment regimens accessible to all who need them as a human right by the end of 2024.
Treatment Action Group (TAG) is pleased to present the exhibition “35 Years of Art to End AIDS” at Melissa Morgan Fine Art in Palm Desert, CA. The exhibition features selected works from TAG’s Limited Art Editions Collection and will run from March 17 through April 7.
For Us By Us: PrEP in Black America, A Master Plan for HIV Prevention in Black America is a collaborative project from the PrEP in Black America coalition, which includes Treatment Action Group, PrEP4All, AVAC, Atlanta Black Women Leaders on PrEP, Equity & Impact Solutions, iStrive, Positive Impact Health Centers, and Red Hot.
To mark National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on February 7, Treatment Action Group (TAG) is co-hosting a webinar “The Power of PrEP” in coalition with PrEP4All, Atlanta Black Women, AVAC, and iStrive.