Improving Health Equity for Gay Men through the Affordable Care Act

By Amy Killelea, Senior Manager, Health Care Access, NASTAD

Health Equity for Gay Men/MSM

HIV/AIDS disproportionately impacts gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM), particularly gay men/MSM of color, in the form of higher infection rates, less likelihood of timely linkage to care, and less likelihood of viral suppression. To make headway against the epidemic and to meet the goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS), we need tools and strategies that are aimed at improving prevention, access to care, and retention in care for gay men/MSM.

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