New Funds Could Shorten Waiting Lists For AIDS Drugs
July 28, 2012
by: Jim Burress, WABE, NPR
Some states, like Georgia, have a waiting list for people who need help paying for AIDS drugs. With increased federal funding on its way for HIV/AIDS treatment, states are hoping that they can care for more people. But the cost of care remains high, so the waits may remain, too.
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