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September 17, 2009

SFAF.org Podcast #63 - Project Inform and HIV Treatment as HIV Prevention

The Foundation partners with many organizations to reduce new HIV infections and increase access to care for people living with HIV. In this episode, Dana Van Gorder, Executive Director of Project Inform, discusses HIV treatment as HIV prevention, PrEP and the importance of the National HIV/AIDS Treatment and Information Hotline.

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Dana Van Gorder is the Executive Director of Project Inform, a national non-profit agency assisting in the development of treatments for HIV infection, providing treatment information to HIV-positive individuals, engaging in advocacy to meet the health care needs of low-income HIV-positive people, and advocating for bio-medical prevention strategies. Prior to this position, Dana was the Director of State & Local Policy for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. In that role, he developed and monitored legislation and advocated for funding to assure the highest possible response to the epidemic in California and Sacramento. Dana served as the Coordinator of Lesbian & Gay Health Services for the San Francisco Department of Public Health and is a former legislative aide to two members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors - Harry Britt and Carole Migden.

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