Transcript featuring panelist speakers and testimonials from the community; consumers, providers and caregivers. The Hearing's stated purpose is to help the Planning Council make a determination of how the money that the City of Boston receives from the Ryan White Care Act should be allocated. Identifying needs of communities not being met or serviced and detecting emerging trends. Focusing on research, clinical trials and early intervention services, the needs and concerns of people infected through blood and blood products, including people with hemophilia, and the needs and concerns of the Latino community, including undocumented immigrants. Also including additional information from Evelyn Stein, LL.M. of the Latino Health Network, testimony from Wilfredo Escobar as a representative of the Latino community, a letter from the Boston Hemophilia Center requesting continued funding with supporting letters from parents and other institutions, testimonies, articles and chronologies of the HIV epidemic among hemophiliacs, and requests for funding from Community Research Initiative of New England, Nuva, Inc. (for their drug reimbursement plan) and the Hospice at Mission Hill.