Nonprofit or community organization
Last modified: January 20, 2012, 5:57 PM
Founded in January, 1992, the Treatment Action Group, or TAG, is the first and only AIDS organization dedicated solely to advocating for larger and more efficient research efforts, both public and private, towards finding better treatments, a cure, and a vaccine for AIDS. The Treatment Action Group (TAG) fights to accelerate higher-quality AIDS research and to ensure that all people living with HIV receive the necessary treatment, care, and information they need to save their lives. TAG focuses on the AIDS research effort, both public and private, the drug development process, and health care delivery systems. We meet with researchers, pharmaceutical companies, and government officials to encourage exploration of understudied areas in AIDS research and speed up drug development, approval, and access. We work with the World Health Organization and community organizations globally, and strive to develop the scientific and political expertise needed to transform policy. TAG is committed to working for and with all communities affected by HIV. TAG is committed to working for and with all communities affected by HIV. TAG is an equal opportunity employer. TAG is a non-profit corporation with 501c(3) status. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
For a more comprehensive overview of TAG, please visit our website at: www.treatmentactiongroup.org