TAG is one of the organizations who supports confidentiality in contact tracing and is applauding the passage of this legislation. As TAG's State and Local Policy Director Annette Gaudino says in this statement, “There can be no effective contact tracing without trust.”
In honor of World AIDS Day, Treatment Action Group (TAG) continues to stand with the global harm reduction movement in support of evidence based, live saving interventions for people who use drugs, including syringe service programs and safer consumption spaces (SCS).
This is a joint statement from TAG and Health GAP October 16, 2019 – Although Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s bill to increase affordable access to medicines in the U.S., H.R. 3, offers halting, partial steps to reduce drug prices for some…
Global activists at the 49th Union Conference on Lung Health in The Hague opened up a pop-up TB drug warehouse to warn about the dire public health consequences of a rushed shift from Global Fund supported pooled procurement of tuberculosis (TB) drugs and other health products to domestic funding and national procurement systems.
As representatives of organizations that advocate for an evidence-based and robust response to global AIDS, we respond to your fiscal year 2013 budget request for the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)—the flagship bilateral AIDS program—with shock and dismay.