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Lambda Legal, which filed the suit, argues the policy is “discriminatory” and disproportionately affects LGBTQ people and people of color.
The Mississippi-based Tractor Supply Company disclosed an employee’s HIV status and ultimately fired her, alleges the lawsuit.
The ruling centered on PrEP as HIV prevention but could apply to cancer screenings and other services and drugs.
Insurers should allow co-pay assistance to count as out-of-pocket spending, claims HHS lawsuit by HIV, hepatitis and diabetes advocates.
A Texas lawyer argues that requiring insurance to cover PrEP to prevent HIV amounts to forcing Christians to support homosexual behavior.
In the 2017 lawsuit, the woman—a “Russian émigré”—claimed that Charlie Sheen knowingly exposed her to HIV during condomless sex.
Requiring insurers to cover PrEP encourages homosexual behavior, promiscuity and drug use, claims a federal lawsuit by Jonathan Mitchell.
A tracking tool on hospital websites sent private data, such as appointments and prescriptions, to Facebook, claims a report.
The American Medical Association supports a ban on menthol cigarettes, which could save up to 654,000 lives worldwide over 40 years.
An updated Department of Defense policy also affects a recent federal lawsuit filed by a Latino military college student with HIV.
A Latino military college student whose HIV is undetectable sued to end policies “based on outdated science.”
West Virginia’s lawsuit against Janssen and others arrives amid a rise in HIV, hepatitis and overdose rates linked to the opioid crisis.
In January, Gilead Sciences claimed that over $250 million in counterfeit meds were sold and that it had sued the illegal distributors.
The new law “is a step in the right direction toward reforming the system” regarding HIV and STI prosecutions in New Jersey.
In a letter to federal officials, PrEP4All and HIV advocates demand an update on the drug patent lawsuit “United States v. Gilead.”
In 2020, a Louisiana court struck down a law requiring “sex offender” be stamped on IDs, including in HIV crimes; that ruling prevails.
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