Recent data shows a sharp decline in HIV rates among gay and bi men while rates among heterosexuals hold steady.
Harris wants both public and private insurers to cover Truvada for PrEP without a co-pay. She also proposes grants to help the uninsured.
Private and commercial companies are being influenced by the U.S. Task Force to cover Truvada without any costs from consumers.
Two men from very different worlds are changing how Miami’s Latinx community accesses Prep — in a city where 5 percent of people are living with HIV. That's more than New York, L.A., or San Francisco.
"People are dying!" the Congresswoman said, calling on the CEO of Gilead to improve access to PrEP in order to end the HIV epidemic.
The advocacy group is singlehandedly going against Gilead and the CDC to release its hold or PrEP.
The donation amounts to 2.4 million bottles each year — but activists say it isn't enough.