Fair Price Working Group
COMMUNITY ALERT - IMPENDING DRUG PRICING ACTIONS

Organizations:

1. ABIA (AssociaÁ"o Brasileira Iterdisciplinar de AIDS) S"o Paulo, BRAZIL
2. ACT UP/Cleveland, Cleveland, OH
3. ACT UP/East Bay, Oakland, CA
4. ACT UP/Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
5. ACT/UP New York, New York, NY
6. Agua Buena Human Rights Association, Costa Rica
7. Aid for AIDS, New York, NY
8. AIDS Action Baltimore, Baltimore, MD
9. AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT), Toronto, ON CANADA
10. AIDS Survival Project, Atlanta, GA
11. AIDS Treatment & Data Network, New York, NY
12. AIDS Treatment News, San Francisco, CA
13. Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center: Community HIV Services, San Francisco, CA
14. AsociaciÛn Gente Positiva, Guatemala City, GUATEMALA
15. Atlanta Hispanic PLWA Group, Atlanta, GA
16. Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO), AU
17. British Columbia Persons with AIDS, Vancouver, BC
18. C-WOW, The Center With Out Walls, Trauma Integration Advantage Program, Columbus, OH
19. Canadian Treatment Advocates Council, Toronto, ON CANADA
20. Center for AIDS, Houston, TX
21. Chicago ACTG, Northwestern Medical Center, Chicago, IL
22. Colombian Lesbian and Gay Association (COLEGA), COLUMBIA
23. Community Prescription Service, New York, NY
24. DAAIR, New York, NY
25. FLAAC/Florida AIDS Action Council, Miami, Florida
26. Foundation for AIDS and Immune Research, Los Angeles, CA
27. Gay Men's Health Crisis, New York, NY
28. German Activists Network, GERMANY
29. GIV (Grupo de Incentivo ¦ Vida) Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
30. Hawaii Adult Aids Clinical Trials Unit - University of Hawaii, Hawaii
31. Hawaii Drug Assistance Program, Hawaii
32. Hawaii Sero-Positive&Medical Management Program, Hawaii
33. Hawaii C.A.R.E.S - Ryan White Title II Planning Group, Hawaii
34. Health Initiatives for Youth, San Francisco, CA
35. Hepatitis C Action & Advocacy Coalition (HAAC) New York, NY
36. Hepatitis C Action & Advocacy Coalition (HAAC) San Francisco, CA
37. HIV in Prison Committee of California Prison Focus, San Francisco, CA
38. HIVCare at St. Francis Memorial Hospital, San Francisco, CA
39. Holistic Health Center, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
40. Lighthouse Group, Asheville, NC
41. Mano a Mano, COLUMBIA
42. Nashville CARES, Nashville TN
43. NATAP (National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project) New York, NY
44. New York City AIDS Housing Network, New York, NY
45. New York Peer AIDS Education Coalition, New York, NY
46. North Carolina AIDS Policy Center, Asheville, NC
47. North Coast HIV/AIDS Coalition, Cleveland, OH
48. OASIS (OrganizaciÛn de Apoyo a una Sexualidad Integral frente al SIDA) Guatemala City, GUATEMALA
49. Other Options, Inc., Oklahoma City, OK
50. Pioneer Valley Hepatitis C Action Project (PVHepCAP) of Western Massachusetts, MA
51. Prisoners With AIDS - Rights Advocacy Group, Los Angeles, CA
52. POZ Magazine, New York, NY
53. Positives For Positives, Cheyenne, WY
54. Project Inform, San Francisco, CA
55. PWA Health Group, New York, NY
56. PWACMI/PWA Committee of Maryland, Inc. Frederick, Maryland
57. San Francisco AIDS Foundation, San Francisco, CA
58. Search for a Cure, Boston, MA
59. Sisters of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, San Juan Capistrano, CA
60. Survive AIDS (formerly ACT UP Golden Gate), Francisco, CA
61. Treatment Action Group, New York, NY
62. Washington Dept. of Health HIV Early Intervention Program, Steering Committee, WA
63. Washington State ADAP Program, WA

 

Individuals:

1. Judith A. Aberg, M.D., Director of HIV Services, Washington University, AIDS Clinical Trials Unit, St Louis, MO
2. Carol Adamovicz, North Royalton, OH
3. Moises Agosto, New York, NY
4. Doug Allen, writer for POZ and other publications, New York City, NY
5. Averil D.(Cookie) Arbuckle, Director, Other Options, Inc. (ASO) OK
6. Bill Arnold, Title II Community AIDS National Network, Inc., Washington, DC
7. David Balsam, Agua Buena Human Rights Association, Costa Rica
8. Irl Barefield, Director, HIVCare at St. Francis Memorial Hospital, San Francisco, CA
9. Charles R. Belt, MD, HIV Clinic Board Staff Physician, Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville Student Health Services, Fayetteville, AK
10. Jorge Beloqui GIV, S"o Paulo and ABIA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
11. Jeanne Bergman, Ph.D., New York, NY
12. Thomas Blount, Miami Beach, FL
13. Sally Brookins, Southern Colorado AIDS Project, Colorado Springs, CO
14. James M. Carr, Director, HIV Consumer Association of Indiana, IN
15. George Carter, San Francisco, CA
16. George M. Carter, Director, Treatment Info. Development, DAAIR, New York, NY
17. Peter Cashman, ACT UP/LA, Los Angeles, CA
18. Matthew Chappell, MSW, Survive AIDS, San Francisco, CA
19. Ben Cheng, Assoc. Director Information & Advocacy, Project Inform, San Francisco, CA
20. Nicholas Cheonis, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, San Francisco, CA
21. Erickson Chiclayo, Executive Director, AsociaciÛn Gente Positiva, Guatemala City, GUATEMALA
22. Danny Cohen, San Francisco CA
23. Evan Collins, MD, FRCPC, Chair, Advocacy Committee, AIDS Committee of
Toronto and Assistant Professor, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, CANADA
24. LinDee Cook, Director of Programs on Aging, C-WOW, The Center Without Walls, Columbus, OH
25. Jim Corti, Foundation for AIDS & Immune Research, Bangkok, THAILAND
26. Daniel G. Craig, Staten Island, NY
27. Myron C. Crider, Morrow, GA
28. Anna J. Cushman, Kalamazoo, MI
29. Dee Danna, San Jose, CA
30. Paul Davis, ACT UP Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
31. Anne S. De Groot, MD, HIV Education/Prison Project at the Brown AIDS Program
32. Lynda Dee, President, AIDS Action Baltimore, MD
33. Martin Delaney, Founding Director, Project Inform, San Francisco, CA
34. Yvette Delph, Antiviral Policy Director, Treatment Action Group
35. Sharon Dolan, Executive Director, Health Initiatives for Youth, San Francisco, CA
36. Anne Donnelly, Director, Public Policy, Project Inform, San Francisco, CA
37. Andres Duque, Director of the LGBT Initiative, Latino Commission on AIDS, Coordinator Mano a Mano, Co-chair, Colombian Lesbian and Gay Association (COLEGA) COLUMBIA
38. Steve Dutky, Takoma Park, MD
39. Paul Edmonds, Truckee, CA
40. Bruce Edwards, MPH, Correctional HIV Consortium, San Francisco, CA
41. Jim Eigo, New York, NY
42. Sister Mary Elizabeth, OSM, AEGIS, San Juan Capistrano, CA
43. Richard Elliott, Director, Policy & Research, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
44. Francisco M.P.Faria, xicofaria@hotmail.com, PORTUGAL
45. Vanessa Filley, San Francisco, CA
46. Leonard Fisher, North Vernon, Indiana
47. Peter Fisher Co-chair, Pioneer Valley Hepatitis C Action Project (PVHepCAP) of Western Massachusetts, MA
48. Jennifer Flynn, Executive Director, New York City AIDS Housing Network, New York, NY
49. Ken Fornataro, Executive Director, AIDS Treatment Data Network
50. Kevin Fox, Volunteer/Project Inform/Positive Resource, San Francisco, CA
51. Urszula Frydman, Oakland, CA
52. Marilyn Ganns, RN, BSN, ACRN, OCN, St. Lukes Hospital, Kansas City, MO
53. Roger Garza, Atlanta Hispanic PLWA Group, Atlanta, GA
54. Stephen Gendin, CEO, Community Prescription Service
55. Jeff Getty, Survive AIDS, San Francisco, CA
56. Dave Gilden, Director of Treatment Information, AmFAR, New York, NY
57. Gregg Gonsalves, Policy Director, Treatment Action Group, New York, NY
58. Jeff Graham, Executive Director, AIDS Survival Project, Atlanta, GA
59. Judy Greenspan, Chairperson, California Prison Focus, HIV in Prison
Committee/CPF, San Francisco, CA
60. Linda Grinberg, President, FAIR/Foundation for AIDS & Immune Research
61. Howard Grossman, M.D., Community Physician, New York, NY
62. Tony Grove, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA
63. Rich Grzesiak, Web Master, Being Alive Los Angeles, Axion Grafix, Silver Lake, CA
64. Jeff Gustavson, Survive AIDS!, San Francisco, CA
65. Greg Hacke, Consumer Representative, HIV/AIDS Nursing Certification Board
66. Michael Haggerty, San Diego, CA
67. Marie Hamilton, LCSW, Chicago, IL
68. Alec Hardy, Prisoners With AIDS - Rights Advocacy Group, Los Angeles, CA
69. Mark Harrington, Senior Policy Director, Treatment Action Group
70. Tom Hemmingsen, Member, Chicago Adult ACTG CAB, Chicago, IL
71. Steve Hendrix, ruedog@saturnnet.com
72. Carlton Hogan, University of Minnesota
73. Tim Horn, Physicians' Research Network, New York, NY
74. Arnold House, Truckee, CA
75. Joseph Interrante, Executive Director, Nashville CARES, Nashville TN
76. John Iversen, HIV Services Planning Council, Oakland, CA
77. Richard Jackman, Member, RESIST THE LIST, Seattle, WA
78. Robert Folan-Johnson, ACT UP Boston, Boston, MA
79. Jacki Miller, MA, MS, Case Management/Consortium Coordinator, Lansing, MI
80. John S. James, AIDS Treatment News, San Francisco, CA
81. Richard Jeffreys, Access Project Director, AIDS Treatment & Data Network, NY
82. Lisa Jensen, Bar Association of S.F.,Oakland, CA
83. Michael Jones, Community Consortium of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
84. Carol Katz, RN, CS-ANP, Channel 1
85. Michael Kinsley, San Francisco, CA
86. Brian D. Klein, MA, LMSW, Hepatitis C Action & Advocacy Coalition (HAAC-SF), San Francisco, CA
87. Stephen Kovacev, Board member Provincetown Positive People with Aids Coalition, Provincetown, MA
88. Lark Lands, POZ Magazine Science Editor, Boulder, CO
89. Garrett Lanzy, Endicott, NY
90. James Learned, CRIA, New York , NY
91. Bob Lederer, ACT UP/New York, New York, NY
92. Brenda Lein, Director, Information and Advocacy Depts., Project Inform, SanFrancisco, CA
93. Steve Lems, Wyoming, MI
94. Joel Nim Cho Leung, Secretary, British Columbia Persons with AIDS, Vancouver, BC, CANADA
95. Jules Levin, Executive Director, NATAP (Nat'l. AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project) NY
96. Michael E. Linhart, Prison Outreach Coordinator, BC Persons with AIDS Society, Member, Board of Directors, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
97. Kathy Loucks, Inland Northwest AIDS Coalition, Spokane, WA
98. Basil Lucas, NYC Lesbian and Gay Anti Violence Project, NYC, NY
99. John Manzon-Santos, Executive Director, Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center Community HIV Services, San Francisco, CA
100. Michael Marco, Director, Infections and Onocology Project, Treatment Action Group101. Oliver W. Martin III., Deputy Director, Conscious Contact of New York, Inc., NY
102. RubÈn Mayorga, MD. Executive Director, OASIS (OrganizaciÛn de Apoyo a un Sexualidad Integral frente al SIDA), Guatemala City, GUATEMALA
103. Bob McCormick, Director, HIV Department, Lowell Community Health Center, Lowell, MA
104. Bill McMahon, Volunteer, Northern Territory AIDS Council, Nightcliff, Australia
105. Mark Milano, ACT UP New York, New York, NY
106. Bob Mills, CTAC Alberta Repres., HIV Edmonton Bd. & Advocacy Committee Chair, Project Review Committee CWGHR, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, Alberta, BC
107. Robert J. Munk, PhD, Arroyo Seco, New Mexico
108. James Musslewhite, Washington Dept. of Health HIV Early Intervention Program, Olympia, WA109. Meg D. Newman, M.D., UCSF Assistant Professor of Medicine, SFG Ward
84, Director, AIDS Education at the UCSF-Positive Health Program at SFGH, UCSF Internal Medicine Residency Site Director at SFGH, San Francisco, CA,
110. Kevin P. Nuttall, Policy Analyst/Advisor, N. Carolina AIDS Policy Center, Asheville, NC
111. Russel Ogelesby, Amethyst Project, Inc., Statesboro, GA
112. Jeff Palmer, Positives For Positives, Cheyenne, WY
113. June Pease, Co-chair, Pioneer Valley Hepatitis C Action Project (PVHepCAP) of Western Massachusetts, MA
114. Stuart Peller, Managing Director, Holistic Health Center, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
115. Billy Pick, San Francisco, CA
116. Andy Quan, Int'l. Policy Officer, Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO), AU
117. Myron Dean Quon, Esq., Lambda Legal Defense & Education Fund, San Francisco, CA
118. Claire Rappoport, PWA, Brisbane, CA
119. Tim Read, Melbourne, Australia
120. Scott Riddle, Artistic Director, Center With Out Walls, Columbus, OH
121. Michelle Roland, MD, UCSF Positive Health Program, San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco, CA
122. Brad Roter, Co-Chairs, Washington ADAP Program, WA
123. William W. Rydwels, National Association of HIV+s Over Fifty, Chicago, IL
124. Kathy Ryerson, Democrat, San Francisco, CA
125. Michael S. Saag, MD, Professor of Medicine, Director, AIDS Outpatient Clinic, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
126. J.V. Schlichter, Orlando, FL
127. Jeffrey T. Schouten, MD, Attorney at Law, Seattle Treatment Education Project (STEP) Seattle, WA
128. David Scondras, former City Councilor, Search for a Cure, Boston, MA
129. Stephanie Schwartzbeck- Founder/Executive Director, PWACMI/PWA Committee of Maryland, Inc. Frederick, Maryland
130. Mardie Serenity, Programme Director, Canadian Treatment Advocates Council, Toronto, ONTARIO, CANADA
131. Jack P. Shallow, Hayward, CA
132. Theo Smart, Director of Treatment & Prevention Advocacy and Editor, Treatment Issues, GMHC/Gay Men's Health Crisis, New York, NY
133. Matthew Sharp, Survive AIDS, San Francisco, CA
134. J. Nathan Sherlock, M.D., Bloomington, IN
135. Paul Simmons, RN, ACRN, Director of Treatment Information & Advocacy, Center for AIDS, Houston, TX
136. Wendy Simmons, Asst. Director, Center With Out Walls, Columbus, OH
137. Clint Spencer, Chair, CAB Hawaii Drug Assistance Program, Hawaii Sero-Positive & Medical Mgmt. Program, Hawaii Adult Aids Clinical Trials Unit, University of Hawaii, Hawaii C.A.R.E.S - Ryan White Title II Planning Group
138. Bill Sprick, Board of Directors, Project Inform, San Francisco, CA
139. Kenneth Stailey, Takoma Park, MD
140. Richard Stern, Director, Agua Buena Human Rights Association, San JosÈ, COSTA RICA
141. Suzanne Stoughton, RN, Ryan White Planning Council, Portland, OR
142. Betsy Stubblefield, Assoc. Editor, Prison Project Newsletter, HEPP News, Brown University, Providence, RI
143. Tracy Swan, Cambridge Health Alliance, Cambridge, MA
144. Tim Teeter, RN, Assoc. Director, Treatment Support and Publications, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, San Francisco, CA
145. Yolanda Teschner, Gloucester, VA
146. Lilian Thiemann, CPS/PWA Health Group, New York, NY
147. Dave Thomas, Chair, Chicago ACTG, Northwestern Medical Center, Chicago, IL
148. Enid Vasquez, Test Positive Aware, Chicago, IL
149. Bernd Vielhaber, Editor, FaxReport (Germany), Editor HIV/AIDS Behandlung Aktiv, AUSTRIA, and German Activists Network, Berlin,GERMANY
150. William E. Wade, DO, MPH - Family Medicine and Counseling, St. Louis, MO
151. Steve Wakefield, Seattle, WA
152. Tom Warne, University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
153. Raleigh Watts, Co-Chair, Washington ADAP Program, WA
154. Robert White, St. Louis, MO
155. Brooke Willis, Special Events Chair, ACT UP Cleveland and North Coast HIV/AIDS Coalition, Cleveland, OH
156. Ulrich Wuerdemann, Editor, HIV Nachrichten, Cologne, GERMANY
157. Joey Wynn, FLAAC/Florida AIDS Action Council, Miami, Florida

 

 



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