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The writer came out in 2014 and fought for equality throughout Africa.
The Alabama congressman once said that people who live "good lives" are less likely to have pre-existing conditions.
The recent move may be the first from the current administration to receive major bipartisan support.
"People are dying!" the Congresswoman said, calling on the CEO of Gilead to improve access to PrEP in order to end the HIV epidemic.
Prosecutors claim that Teva, Pfizer, Novartis, and Mylan, among others, schemed their way to higher profits.
The advocacy group is singlehandedly going against Gilead and the CDC to release its hold or PrEP.