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This year’s theme was “Our Thoughts. Our Voices. Our Time.”
The New Orleans–style event also honored three HIV advocates.
The 13th Annual Women as the Face of AIDS Summit brought women to the forefront of the HIV movement.
Although Native Americans have always been a part of the HIV epidemic, they’ve often been overlooked as a group.
Groups of women living with HIV expand their reach by forming coalitions.
ViiV’s Positive Action for Women initiative aims to break down isolation and stigma.
The 12th Annual Women as the Face of AIDS Summit proves that women are resilient, fierce and wise.
Beverly Rotter became an AIDS advocate when her daughter Iris de la Cruz succumbed to the virus in 1991.
Iris House clients see excellent viral suppression rates. Here’s why.
Gender-specific programs at Iris House in New York City help clients suppress HIV at rates 250 percent of the national average.
Iris House gears up new HIV/AIDS prevention efforts for NYC’s communities of color.
New York City’s health department has cut $19 million from its HIV prevention budget during the past five years and is planning to cut more...
Pablo Colon, an HIV/AIDS activist and a staff member of Iris House, died on December 30, according to an Iris House statement.
Iris House, a community-based organization helping women and families deal with HIV/AIDS in New York City, is opening a new outreach center in...
Iris House, which is a New York City-based service provider for women and families living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, has received three fe...
At Iris House, Ingrid Floyd uses her managerial skills to deliver critical care to the HIV/AIDS community.
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