Duke AIDS Policy Clinic Meets with State Health Officials

February 22, 2012Duke Law News

On December 2, 2012, Professors and students, Bethany Lilly and Lauren Haertlein, in the Duke AIDS Policy Clinic met with John Dervin in Governor Perdue’s office, Jacquelyn Clymore, State AIDS Director, and officials with the state Medicaid program to present their analysis of cost-savings to the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) that could be realized by purchasing federal high risk insurance for ADAP clients.

Duke AIDS Policy Clinic Meets with State Health Officials
Duke AIDS Policy Clinic Meets with State Health Officials
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