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Watch AIDS advocates urge the governor not to abandon efforts to combat HIV, hepatitis and opioid overdoses.
Proceeds from the sales of face masks will help GMHC provide masks and meals for those in need.
Patricia Shelton is a peer educator in New York City.
Harlem United’s “Dear Donald Trump” campaign gives voice to the concerns of its staff and clients. Here’s how you can speak up too!
The much-celebrated HIV prevention pill is failing to reach those at highest risk for the virus: Black men who have sex with men.
Launched by Housing Works, The Undetectables HIV program expands to seven more health centers.
#IssuesThatMatter summarizes viewpoints on six important health equity topics.
A new CEO urges Gay Men’s Health Crisis to increase grassroots activism and fight for an HIV cure.
The Harlem United board of directors announced that Jacqui Kilmer is the new CEO of the New York City community health care center as of Janua...
Advocates argue that the proposed criteria are dangerous for people living with the deadly liver disease.
He was chief operating officer at the Harlem United Community AIDS Center.
Almost 1 million Americans living with the HIV virus remain untreated for HIV even with lifesaving treatment.
Treatment options and help are available for people with HIV—and without immigration papers.
Harlem United Celebrates Bringing Testing to the Pulpits
Black and Muslim community leaders unite to promote testing awareness in Harlem.
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