New York City was the first city in the world to have its own municipally branded condom, and it currently maintains the largest free condom programme in the United States of America. Even in this high income, cosmopolitan city, free condom distribut...
Some see the New York plan to end AIDS as audacious, unrealistic or even ridiculous. But Charles King says it's an "ambitious, informed path," not sloganeering. Here, he tackles what he sees as top misconceptions about the plan.
Over half of the people with HIV in New York are now over 50. How do you care for this growing population?
According to Dr. Stephen W Nicholas of Columbia University, New York's achievements have provided a beacon of hope and a road map that has been successfully tailored to the needs of resource-poor settings throughout the world.
New York state's plan to end the HIV epidemic can be a hard read to get through, but at the end, there's a pretty transformative set of goals, writes Ted Kerr.
We've heard a lot about the plan to end AIDS in New York, and here the plan is discussed in detail.
HIV testing in NYC is getting a brand new face. Rather than using fear-mongering as in the past, the Department of Health has chosen to highlight intimacy in its new campaign.
Can NY state end its AIDS epidemic?
How can we keep people in care so that their HIV treatment works?
Slogans may be catchy -- but they won't end AIDS.