A series of rule changes will soon make it easier for 4,200 low-income HIV-positive people in Chicago to get their medications through the Illinois AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), the Windy City Times reports. The program will no longer require existing recipients to fill out a new application every six months, opting instead for a much less burdensome process of recertification. The changes were advocated by AIDS Legal Council of Chicago and AIDS Foundation of Chicago and approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health.

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