ETHA


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AcronymDefinition
ETHAEarly Treatment for HIV Act
ETHAErythromelalgia
ETHAEast Texas Historical Association
ETHAErythermalgia
ETHAEthiopian Triple Helix Association (development group; est. 1998)
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Modeled after the highly successful "Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention Treatment Act of 2000," ETHA gives states the option of amending their Medicaid rules to provide early intervention care to pre-disabled people living with HIV.
ETHA reduces by 60% the death rate of persons living with HIV on Medicaid.
TAEP members are urging the Bush Administration and members of Congress to support passage of ETHA.
ETHA was introduced in the 108th Congress by Representatives Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and James Leach (R-IA) and 66 other original co-sponsors.
Modeled after the highly successful "Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention and Treatment Act of 2000," ETHA gives states the option of amending their Medicaid rules to provide early intervention health care to pre-disabled people with HIV.
The PwC study found that providing early intervention care through ETHA significantly delays the progression of HIV disease, increases the life expectancy of HIV positive individuals, and is highly cost-effective.
Additionally, PwC's research determined that over five years the "true cost" of ETHA is $55.