The pandemic has definitely delayed things, say advocates, but overall the goal of stopping HIV in the U.S. by 2025 is still on track.
The city’s first Black mayor died at age 93 on Nov. 23.
Demetre Daskalakis, M.D., who led New York City through seven years of bold programs that made the city’s HIV rates plunge, will take his prevention vision national starting Dec. 21.
If Amy Coney Barrett, Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, is seated before Nov. 10, it could mean the end of the health law that has benefited us on multiple levels.
HIV and sexual justice advocates have lost an icon who spent a lifetime challenging our society to be better.
They say that Mayor Bill de Blasio sidelined her expertise by handing off crucial COVID-19 case tracing to another city agency.
Fire Island Folks Talk Anonymously About Hitting the Maskless Parties That Caused a Social-Media Ruckus
#Mask4Mask is the new #Masc4Masc.
COVID-19 shut down the city’s police- and corporation-drenched LGBTQ extravaganza. But a low-budget, pro-Black, and anti-police march picked up the slack.
The island is hoping its leadership in public health, medicine, and biomedical research will transform its economic situation and global status.
The Trump administration’s HHS has officially told plans they don’t have to do this—and that could mean a hard hit on patient wallets.