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Alexandra Volgina

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Alexandra Volgina is an HIV activist and an expert in organizing care and treatment for active drug users living with HIV in Russia. In 2003, she co-founded FrontAIDS, the first treatment advocacy group in Russia. She later co-founded and became director of Svecha, one of the first community based organizations for people living with HIV. Today Alexandra runs “E.V.A”—the first network for women with HIV in Russia and is an active member of the “Patients in Control” treatment access movement.


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