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Watch AIDS advocates urge the governor not to abandon efforts to combat HIV, hepatitis and opioid overdoses.
Charles King is the CEO of Housing Works, a nonprofit fighting the twin crises of HIV and homelessness in NYC.
Major studies have shown that “undetectable equals untransmittable,” meaning that successfully treated HIV cannot transmit via sex.
With the news of “HIV2020,” the breaking point between community-based advocates and the International AIDS Society has been reached.
Old school AIDS activism had everything to do with an electrifying moment during the Kavanaugh hearings.
Rally to save health care as Congress returns to DC on Sept 6. It’s also HIV/STD Action Day—here’s what you can do.
Housing Works’ #PrEPHeroes features nine male and trans models who take Truvada to prevent HIV. You can join the campaign too!
Fair warning -- for those of you who hate hero worship, you best skip this post.
Last year, New York Governor Cuomo asked a group to draw up a blueprint to end AIDS by 2020. This week, the Ending the Epidemic Task Force com...
They will implement a three-point plan to end the AIDS epidemic in the Empire State.
As slogans anticipating an end to the AIDS epidemic gain popularity, skeptics worry that such promises are hollow.
Charles King, president and CEO of Housing Works, will sit on the delegation.
The wet weather in New York City didn’t keep the masses from lining up around the block to get their hands on discounted designer furnishings...
The CEO of Housing Works on the Obama administration’s national HIV/AIDS strategy.
In November, Housing Works and the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) turned into fashion houses as they held their annual fund-raising events.
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