The Potential Domino Effect of Tennessee’s HIV Federal Funding Cuts

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On January 17th 2023, a letter was sent from the Tennessee Department of Health (DOH) to Tennesseans serving “as notification of changes in the HIV Program.”  The letter informed federal grantees that they will no longer receive CDC funded HIV ‘in-kind support and services’ and will need to find their own

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AIDS Advocates Holding Weeklong Protest Over Gilead’s 340B Contract Pharmacy Restrictions and Changes In Patient Assistance Program

AIDS advocates are holding a week long series of protests outside Gilead's California headquarters.

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) members are staging a weeklong, twice-daily series of protests at drug maker Gilead Science’s Northern California headquarters to protest the company’s policy to impose conditions on 340B providers that use contract pharmacies to dispense

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Lifting of Title X Gag Rule Could Spur Hundreds of Clinics to Rejoin 340B

A September 2019 protest in Cleveland against the Trump administration rule barring Title X-funded family clinics from providing abortion referrals.

Hundreds of family planning clinics that lost their Title X federal grants and 340B eligibility because they opposed a Trump-era rule barring them from providing abortion referrals might return to Title X and 340B soon.

The U.S. Department

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340B Providers Might Insure HIV-at-Risk Patients in Response to Gilead’s PrEP Reimbursement Cuts

340B covered entities are bracing for a huge reimbursement cut due to start in January for Gilead pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) medications.

340B covered entities are exploring buying health insurance for patients at risk of contracting HIV in response to a huge reimbursement cut due to start in January for Gilead pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) medications.

Gilead announced in April

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