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In 2010, an estimated 4,690 people were living with HIV/AIDS in Oklahoma. The State of Oklahoma has not yet expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. As a result, the lowest-income HIV+ residents of Oklahoma have been left out of coverage available in other states. They must rely on Ryan White funding for crucial medical […]
This request to complete a survey has been sent on behalf of our allies at the SERO Project: Take the SERO Network Empowerment Survey! SERO is conducting a survey of people living with HIV (PLHIV) who lead U.S.-based groups or networks that work on issues affecting PLHIV. These can include PLHIV-focused organizations, caucuses, client/consumer advisory […]
Alabamians are being diagnosed with HIV at the 13th highest rate in the nation. The State of Alabama has not yet expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. As a result, an estimated 1,900 of the lowest-income HIV+ residents of Alabama have been left out of coverage available in other states. They must rely on […]