Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, November 26th, 2000
Among them, Texas fared the worst, with almost two-thirds of its patients not getting the powerful AIDS drugs they need, according to preliminary findings.
Similar problems were found in the AIDS Drug Assistance Program, or ADAP, meant to help low-income, uninsured people infected with HIV or AIDS. The research, conducted under federal contract by the University of California, San Francisco, measured how many prescriptions are filled by patients in...
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