ADAP


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AcronymDefinition
ADAPAIDS Drug Assistance Program
ADAPAlcohol and Drug Awareness Program
ADAPAgricultural Development in the American Pacific
ADAPAutodiscovery/Autopurge
ADAPAirport Development Aid Program
ADAPAdvanced Digital Antenna Production (GPS user equipment)
ADAPAlcohol Drug Abuse Program
ADAPAssociation pour le Développement Agro-Pastoral (French)
ADAPAlabama Disability Advocacy Program
ADAPArmy Designated Acquisition Program
ADAPAdaptive Digital Access Protocol (IEEE 802.14)
ADAPAmmunition Demand Automated Process (US Army Joint Munitions Command)
ADAPAdditional Appointment
ADAPAdvanced Data Analysis Program
ADAPAgency Disaster Assistance Program
ADAPAirborne Development Aid Program
ADAPAirport Development Aid Fund
ADAPAcoustic Data Acquisition Processor
ADAPAutomatic Data Acquisition/Processor
ADAPAngular Distribution of Annihilating Photons
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We want to state loud and clear that Merck's refusal to lower its prices for ADAPs is a death sentence for people with AIDS," said Michael Weinstein, AIDS Healthcare Foundation President.
The agreement with Gilead comes at a time when a combination of the nation's current economic situation, state budget challenges, and increased HIV testing and earlier treatment efforts have produced an unprecedented increase in the number of ADAP enrollees, resulting in severe cost-containment measures in many ADAPs.
A recent attempt by activists to include $82 million dollars for ADAP in the Federal Emergency Budget Supplemental failed when no politician was willing to take the lead on the measure.
The catalyst for the legal action arose in late September 2011, when Ohio health officials took final steps to institute what are likely some of the most severe medical and financial-eligibility changes to a government medical assistance program nationwide -- provisions that would have rationed health care in Ohio, and would have given the Director of the Ohio Health Department unilateral, arbitrary control over who does and who does not get ADAP.
Sign up for the ADAP waiting list, don't just walk away.
Participants Will "Occupy Gilead" by Staging a Mock Funeral Outside Gilead Headquarters; They Will Wear Skeleton Masks, Dress in All-Black, & Carry a Coffin in Memory of Those Who Have Died While on ADAP Waitlists
She is also researching the ADAP crisis -- and how people can help with both programs -- for a future article for this newsletter.
Over the years, Gilead has pillaged AIDS enough to amass over $10 billion in cash to buy Pharmasset outright, but the company is too cheap to step in and really help end the AIDS drug waiting lists affecting many hard-hit ADAPs and thousands of vulnerable Americans living with HIV/AIDS around the country," said Michael Weinstein, President of AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
The catalyst for the legal action arose in late September 2011, when Ohio health officials took final steps to institute what are likely some of the most severe medical and financial-eligibility changes to a government medical assistance program nationwide-- provisions that will ration health care in Ohio, and give the Director of the Ohio Health Department unilateral, arbitrary control over who does and who does not get ADAP.
At Ramsell, we are focused on improving the health and safety of HIV/AIDS patients and are proud to draw upon our years of experience working with ADAP programs around the country to ensure patients have access to live-saving medications in Arizona," said Sophia Byndloss, Division President, Business Services.
ADAP Nanotech plans to utilise JumpStart's funding, in part, to produce samples that can be utilised for testing by potential customers.
Evaluation of ADAP utilization by enrollees is important to understanding barriers to ART persistence and adherence among program enrollees.