HCV Open Enrollment
By: Marcus Hopkins, Blogger
One of my recent pieces, here at HEAL Blog, discussed the potential repercussions
of the growing number states that have attained marriage equality. In that
piece, I posited that the legal status of those
marriages on a state-by-state basis may place certain couples, both
sero-discordant and -concordant, at risk of being priced out of the health
care marketplace for insurance coverage.
In the following
post, I discussed the potential ramifications that
could arise as a result of the recent election, in which Republican politicians
all but swept both the House and Senate, and what that might mean for affordable
health care coverage, in the coming years.
Today, in a continuation of my recent theme - that there is little surety
in our current health care marketplace - and in conjunction with the current
open enrollment period for 2015, Id like to delve into a little bit
about whether or not our "affordable healthcare" has done anything to actually
make health care affordable.
CLICK HERE to read, HCV Open Enrollment
Black Market HIV/AIDS Drugs in the News, 2006 -
The Partnership for Safe Medicines
The Community Access National Network (CANN) today announced that it is teaming
up with the Partnership for Safe Medicines (PSM) to better educate patients
about the risks of counterfeit or black market HIV/AIDS medicines. Since
2006, eighty-two (82) individuals have been charged with selling adulterated,
unapproved or black market medications prescribed for HIV or AIDS patients.
HERE to download, "Black Market HIV/AIDS Drugs in the News, 2006 - 2013"