COTT is committed to working within the context of broad collaborative efforts and coalition building with a wide array of communities, agencies, organizations, and individuals who seek control individual over their own health care. A central theme of the COTT is the development and implementation of programmatic initiatives which illuminate an empowerment road map for the diverse communities impacted by HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases/disorders. We believe that health is a right and not a privilege and seek to create a world where the health and well being of all peoples replaces profit as the priority.
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There are newly developed treatments for Hepatitis-C that do not require courses of Ribavirin or Interferon to be co-administered. One of these medications, called Sovaldi, costs $1000 per pill. As expected some insurance providers are considering not covering these new life altering medications. If you are one of the patients that is having trouble getting your insurance provider to pay for your medications we would like to hear from you.
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COTT 25th Anniversary Town Hall Event.
We do not solicit or accept donations from pharmaceutical companies. This is to maintain our commitment to avoid conflicts of interest in our discussions and recommendations regarding the nation’s blood supply and the blood products manufactured from that source.
Rachel Warner Scholarship Program
COTT's Rachel Warner Scholarship program will not be available for the foreseeable future. We apologize for any inconvenience this may create, and look forward to re-instating the program as soon as possible in future years.