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Public Policy Media Highlights

2017

How budget cuts will turn opioid addiction into the next AIDS epidemic

America’s Hidden HIV Epidemic

For Gay Men, the Battle Against HIV Is Far From Over

Defending a Woman’s Right to Live Without HIV

Black Americans Still Undertreated for HIV

Six facts to consider for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

People Living with HIV Brace for Further Cutbacks to Medicaid

CDC: HIV treatment coming too late for many black Americans

Trump’s Cuts to AIDS-Treatment Programs Would Kill 1 Million, Researchers Say

Cuts to AIDS Treatment Programs Could Cost a Million Lives

ACA Repeal Could Reverse HIV/AIDS Treatment, Prevention Progress

Gay Man Infected With HIV Despite Using Preventive Drugs

IAS 2017: With resources already stretched, cuts will hurt, global health advocates say

Racial Bias Is a Problem in Doctors’ Offices

Q&A: What malaria and TB can teach us about HIV

HIV advocates fear US cuts and 'gag rule' could undermine global progress

amfAR’s Brian Honermann discusses the UNAIDS Report with Al Jazeera

2016

5 Questions for...Gregorio Millett, Vice President and Director of Public Policy, amfAR

Top stories for National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: New Progress, Old Challenges

2015

Why Congress Should Rethink Syringe Issue (CNN Opinion Piece))

Time to close HIV's racial disparities

Q&A: Greg Millett, Vice President and Director of Public Policy at amfAR

Greg Millett: Yes, Black Gay Lives Matter

Déjà Rule: The Health Damaging Consequences of Reinstating the Global Gag Rule in 2015

2014

AIDS to Ebola: Moving From Peril to Progress

A World Without AIDS for American Women

America Without HIV/AIDS in Women: A Wish for This National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

2013

Time to Tip the Scales in Favor of Ending AIDS

2008

AIDS: A Stigma Endures

2004

Women and HIV: There Is No Debate