N.C. AIDS director says program needs more funding
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North Carolina AIDS Director Jacquelyn Clymore appears this week on NC Policy Watch’s “News & Views” radio show.
Jacquelyn Clymore, North Carolina’s AIDS director, says while the majority of today’s AIDS patients are living longer and better lives, there is a real need for more funding for treatment and research.
More than 6,200 individuals are enrolled in the state’s AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) with another 106 people on a waiting list to receive the life-saving anti-retroviral medication.
Here’s a preview of the conversation…
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