2018 Covered California Frequently Asked Questions
HIV and the Role of Federal Funds for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare Serving Women in California
Tobacco Use among Sexual and Gender Minorities and People Living with HIV in California
The Role of the 340B Drug Pricing Program in HIV-Related Services in California
California State Office of AIDS PrEP Assistance Program (PrEP-AP): Who Will Benefit?
Immigrant Health: Implications for HIV care and prevention in California
Addressing HIV Prevention Among Transmasculine Californians
HIV and Syphilis: Rising Rates for Men Who Have Sex With Men
HIV and Safer Drug Consumption Programs in California
To bring the most relevant and timely evidence to bear on HIV/AIDS policy making in order to further California's efforts to develop and maintain efficient, cost-effective, and accessible programs and services to people with or at risk for HIV/AIDS
Two Collaborative HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers, funded by the California HIV/AIDS Research Program, that support research and policy analysis that addresses critical issues related to HIV/AIDS care and prevention in California.
Below you will find examples of our work on a range of issues related
HIV/AIDS policy in California
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