This report aims to make more accessible to community advocates discussions around ethical conduct of biomedical prevention trials in the era of PrEP. In early 2019, TAG, along with Black AIDS Institute and the HIV Vaccine Trials Network developed an…
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.
In 2014, TAG began tracking HIV cure-related trials and observational studies and making the information available as a listing on our website. The primary sources are online study registries, particularly the US-based clinicaltrials.gov.
Comment submitted prior to their meeting on November 17, 2022. Comment is in regard to discussion and voting on recommendation related to implementation of the HIV Organ Policy Equity (HOPE) Act of 2013, specifically pertaining to HIV-positive to HIV-positive organ transplantation and pertaining to the following draft recommendation under consideration regarding removal of the statutory “NIH Research Criteria and IRB” requirement.
This year’s edition of TAGline commemorates TAG’s 30th anniversary, and these articles explore TAG’s work over the years: what we've accomplished, what we've learned, the continuing obstacles to progress, and what comes next.
On February 9, TAG submitted this testimony to the Office of the High Commission for Human Rights (OHCHR) to inform its upcoming report to the Human Rights Council (HRC) on 'human rights in the context of HIV/AIDS' (HRC resolution 47/17).
Treatment Action Group (TAG) joins partners, activists, and communities around the U.S. and the world in decrying violence against Black people and those who stand in solidarity with them.
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.