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GEORGIA: Fulton Adds $200,000 to Help HIV Patients




 

Atlanta Journal-Constitution (02.08.12) - Wednesday, February

The Fulton County Commission has added $200,000 to this year's budget to help residents on the waiting list for Georgia's AIDS Drug Assistance Program. Of those wait-listed, 275 are enrolled in Fulton's Ryan White program. The money will help ensure uninterrupted treatment during the three-month process of applying for help from drugmakers' assistance programs.



 


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