GLMA is one of several organizational plaintiffs challenging the rule. Learn more here. HHS Rule Encourages Discrimination and Endangers Lesbianx Health On June 12,the Department of Health and Human Services released a final rule that eliminates federal regulations ensuring nondiscrimination in healthcare for transgender people and LGB people, people who are pregnant or seeking an abortion, those who require healthcare services in a language other than English, and other marginalized communities.
Read the full statement here. The letter calls rwad the administration to suspend implementation of the final rule, especially during a pandemic when HHS should focus on providing care to all, not setting up barriers to healthcare.
To learn more and view the letter. The letter, ed by organizations, called for action to protect LGBTQ patients from discrimination and to include sexual orientation and gender identity in data collection efforts related to the pandemic.
The letter also called for action to address the economic harm to LGBTQ communities from the pandemic. To read Lesbjans full letter and list of atories.
GLMA has been advocating for changes to the blood donation policy affecting gay and bisexual men since Read the statement here. The letter outlines potential risk factors for LGBTQ people, and calls on public health officials and the media to ensure LGBTQ communities are part of the public health response and communications Lesbinas to the coronavirus.
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To read Robert's full obituary please. To read GLMA's statement on this decision, please. Denial of Care Rule On November 19, a third federal judge ruled that the Trump Administration's discriminatory denial of care rule is invalid.
The rule would encourage healthcare providers to deny healthcare to individuals based on a religious or moral objection, endangering the health and well-being of LGBTQ people, women, people living with HIV and Lesblans marginalized communities. More LGBTQ people have health insurance than ever before - and that means access to healthcare we need, from life-saving HIV drugs to gender-affirming healthcare.