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History

CTAC, formerly known as the Canadian Treatment Action Council, was created in 1996 to inform public policy in response to the complexity of issues arising from the introduction of combination anti-HIV therapies. CTAC was also designed to provide an ongoing structured relationship between pharmaceutical companies and the HIV community. Today, CTAC’s role continues to be that of a community advisory body providing policy and research related to treatment access issues directed at pharmaceutical companies and government as well as skills-building activities targeting Canadians living with HIV/AIDS and those co-infected with Viral Hepatitis.

In 2011/2012 CTAC completed an organizational renewal process to ensure that we meet our organizational goals to meaningfully engage community members, service providers, policymakers and other relevant stakeholders to identify, develop and implement policy and program solutions.