New HIV medication ibalizumab (Trogarzo) approved by the FDA for people with few treatment options

On March 6, 2018, the FDA approved a new type of HIV medication called ibalizumab for people who have few to no treatment options due to multi-drug resistant virus. The approval was based on results from the TMB-301 study that showed that adding the drug to…Read More

New information reflected in Project Inform’s updated PrEP flow chart

Project Inform has recently updated our Getting Yourself Prepared for PrEP flow chart to reflect a few new changes in the information: Gilead increased their Co-pay Coupon Card program assistance limit to $4,800 on January 1, 2018, from the previous amount of $3,600. The FPL (Federal…Read More

California HIV Alliance submits budget proposal to the state

The California HIV Alliance, of which Project Inform is a member, submitted their budget request to the State, urging the State to make strategic investments in programs that will increase PrEP uptake and other evidence-based prevention services, provide targeted HIV prevention and employment services for transgender women,…Read More

Project Inform’s rural opioid summit attracts providers from 26 counties

On February 5-6, 2018 in Santa Rosa, CA, Project Inform hosted The Opioid Crisis & Related Public Health Issues in Rural Northern Counties: A Summit to Discuss Solutions. Over 113 participants from a diverse array of health and social service organizations, including drug treatment programs, federally…Read More

Staff transitions at Project Inform

Thank you, Emalie Huriaux! For four great years, Emalie Huriaux served as Project Inform’s Director of Federal & State Affairs and Director of Hepatitis C Policy & Programs. During that time, she was a powerful advocate for a more robust federal response to hepatitis C, and…Read More

New multi-stakeholder report released on public health and HIV sequence analysis

CLICK HERE for a PDF of the report. The Third Coast Center for AIDS Research (CFAR), in collaboration with Project Inform, is pleased to publish the proceedings and recommendations from a multi-sector stakeholder consultation held on May 10 and 11, 2017, in Chicago, Illinois. The consultation…Read More

Adopting the U=U message in all we do

U=U is more than just a catchy slogan. In fact, what it stands for — the overwhelming evidence that a person with HIV who has a durably undetectable virus is virtually incapable of transmitting the virus to a partner — has finally been accepted and even…Read More