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The 1988 “Seize Control of the FDA” AIDS protest forced major change and announced the arrival of ACT UP. Original activists discuss it.
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A report by Housing Works and Treatment Action Group claims that New York State will save a net $4.5 billion in Medicaid costs by 2020 if it i...
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...
As slogans anticipating an end to the AIDS epidemic gain popularity, skeptics worry that such promises are hollow and unrealistically ambitiou...
The Oscars will be awarded on Sunday, February 24.
David France’s new film about the history of AIDS treatment activism lit up the Sundance Film Festival—and hopes to inspire a new genera...
Didier Lestrade cofounded ACT UP Paris. His life and work trace the arcs of AIDS and gay activism in France, much as those of Larry Kramer do...
Some of the bravest, most dogged and downright effective AIDS fighters we know
At the XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, David Evanstalks with Mark Harrington̵
Mark Harrington of the Treatment Action Group predicts the coming challenges in AIDS activism and explains what can be done about them.
To Activism’s Einstein, E=HIV
Our list of 50 men and women who are directly influencing federal AIDS policy today
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