340B HIV/AIDS clinics say drugmaker Gilead's forthcoming cut in pharmacy reimbursement for the company's medicines that uninsured individuals get for free could rock their finances to the core. | Shutterstock

Gilead’s HIV Drug Reimbursement Cut Will be Devastating, 340B Covered Entities Say

Drug manufacturer Gilead late last week announced a huge cut, effective Jan. 1, 2022, in pharmacy reimbursement for its HIV and hepatitis B medicines that uninsured individuals get for free through Gilead’s Advancing Access patient assistance program (PAP). 340B HIV/AIDS clinics say the change could rock their finances to the core, and they are pushing back hard against it.

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