AHF


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia.

AHF

abbr.
antihemophilic factor
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
AHF believes such modest trial results are insufficient to support FDA approval of Truvada as an HIV prevention tool--and a move that AHF and other AIDS advocates believe would set a dangerous precedent.
For more information on Rwandan World AIDS Day celebrations, contact Penninah Lutung, head of the AHF African Bureau: penninah.
AHF has been a longtime and successful managed care provider and has supported efforts by this and previous administrations to expand managed care to other populations.
Jessica Reinhart , AHF Grassroots Community Manager
These are also the first non-profit HIV/AIDS pharmacies in Florida, and by using these pharmacies, clients will also help others, as excess revenues from these sites will help AHF and Positive Healthcare provide HIV/AIDS services to other needy Floridians.
Vincent's, where it will continue to provide underserved populations improved access to quality HIV care, services, which it has done for over a decade; new site offers the opportunity to continue and expand services, including medical care and AHF Pharmacy
Michael Weinstein, President of AHF, said, "The completion of this transaction establishes AHF as a true leader in specialized pharmacy services tailored to serving HIV/AIDS clients with an even greater presence throughout the United States.
It is unfortunate that Gilead--once a model of what an HIV/AIDS drug company could be in terms of working cooperatively with advocates in the community--has chosen to retaliate against AHF for being critical of its most recent policies and pursuits," said Michael Weinstein, President of AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
AHF currently provides more than 15,000 free HIV tests each year in California through its innovative testing program via testing sites at 5 AHF Out of the Closet thrift store locations throughout Southern California.
AHF is the largest non-profit provider of HIV/AIDS medical care in the United States, operating pharmacies and healthcare centers throughout the country.