Most AIDS and policy experts agreed that $126 million was the total amount needed to resolve the ADAP crisis then. That was a number provided by state AIDS directors as the amount of additional federal funding required to meet current system needs, given the number of people then on waiting lists; the expected number of new budget and patients cuts per state. However, through the White House press conference, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced the administration was redirecting simply $25 million to handle the ADAP crisis, a quantity that obviously hasn’t adequately resolved the problem: there are 3 x as many folks on ADAP waiting around lists today as there were in July 2010... AMA: Beware Anti-Aging Remedies The American Medical Association says there’s no scientific proof to back up claims of anti-aging hormones. On Mon At their annual meeting in Chicago, AMA delegates followed a fresh policy on items such as HGH, DHEA and testosterone used as aging remedies. With HGH, or hgh, the AMA says proof suggests long-term make use of can present more risks than benefits. The risks include tissue swelling and diabetes. And the AMA says there is no credible evidence that various other hormones, so-called bio-identicals, are safer than traditional progesterone and estrogen products.