April 2020

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The AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania provides free legal services to Pennsylvanians and South Jerseyans living with HIV.

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Transgender woman living with HIV sues Philadelphia pharmacy for breach of privacy

In commemoration of Worlds AIDS Day on Dec 1, the AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania filed a lawsuit today (Nov. 25, 2019) on behalf of “Jane Doe,” a transgender woman living with HIV.

Jane takes medications to treat HIV and as part of her gender transition regime.  A year ago, a SunRay Drugs pharmacy delivered her medications to her Delaware County apartment building in clearly marked bags for all her neighbors to see.

To see the lawsuit, click here

To see the press release, click here


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