Independent Consultant, Access to Medicines/HIV, TB, HCV, and COVID-19
Tracy Swan has working on public health and social justice issues since 1990, when she began doing HIV-related work; in 1998 she also became a hepatitis C activist. She has worked on a range of issues, including improving drug development and access to medicines, particularly in low- and-middle-income countries.
Tracy has been an outreach worker, headed an HIV counseling and testing programme; designed an HCV education and case management programme; done direct service work and treatment education at community health centers, hospitals, syringe exchange and addiction treatment programmes, correctional facilities and homeless shelters.
She has worked for Treatment Action Group and the Medicines Sans Frontiers Access Campaign, served as a community representative to the FDA antiviral advisory committee and the AIDS Clinical Trials Group, and as a member of US and WHO hepatitis C treatment guidelines panels, and with the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition.
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