Category Archives: Hepatitis C care & treatment

California Governor Jerry Brown’s Budget is Model for Hepatitis C Funding

Reprinted from HepMag.com. On Friday, May 11, 2018, Governor Jerry Brown of California released his “May Revised Budget” and it contained a lot of excellent news for people living with hepatitis C (HCV): Called for the removal of all fibrosis restrictions in Medi-Cal; Added $70.4 million…Read More

CA Governor’s new budget increases investment in expanding hepatitis C treatment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  MAY 15, 2018  (CLICK HERE FOR PDF) CONTACT: ANNE DONNELLY, adonnelly AT projectinform DOT org, (415) 640-6103 ANDREW REYNOLDS areynolds AT projectinform DOT org, (415) 312-3445 SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Project Inform and the California Hepatitis Alliance (CalHEP), a group of over 100…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

Project Inform signs letter to Pres Trump urging commitment to eliminating hepatitis in the US

As the U.S. is falling behind in hepatitis elimination efforts, Project Inform added their name this week to a community sign-on letter to President Trump demanding federal investment in the HHS’s National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan. The letter — signed by more than 60 organizations —…Read More

Congratulations to New Program Directors, David Evans and Emalie Huriaux

Project Inform has a small and mighty group of staff — seven in total — who develop and implement our programs in three areas: research advocacy, education and public policy. Anne Donnelly has served as our Director of Health Care Policy for 10 years, leading our…Read More

Republican tax bill strips health coverage away from 13 million Americans

#ProtectOurCareHIVHCV The Senate tax bill decimates our health care. Democrats are being left out of the process. Call Republican Senators today and tell them to vote NO! ACTION: The tax measure adds billions to the federal deficit and will require steep cuts to health care programs. Republicans want…Read More

Covered California Frequently Asked Questions

For People Living with HIV and Hepatitis C and People Considering PrEP Covered California open enrollment begins today November 1, 2017 and continues through January 31, 2018. However, there may be some confusion about how the current Administration’s actions may impact your health care. The California HIV/AIDS…Read More