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Health Reform Could Improve AIDS Treatment in Kentucky, Advocate Says

At a two-day HIV/AIDS conference this week in Lexington, an AIDS advocate pushed for better communication about health care reform among health care providers, advocates and the state.

According to Amy Killelea, senior manager for health care access at the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors, now is the time for advocates to let state legislators and the Kentucky office of Health Care Reform know what they need as part of health care reform.

See on www.thebody.com

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