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People who started treatment on the same day as their HIV diagnosis achieved an undetectable viral load sooner.
Demetre Daskalakis, MD, MPH, is tackling HIV prevention nationally.
Experts discuss the topic, and Amida Care recommends solutions. Plus: It’s PrEP Aware Week in the Empire State.
New York City’s health department issues new recommendations on navigating sex during physical distancing. Hint: Face masks can be kinky!
Mark Misrok addresses employment and HIV.
A growing global community builds a movement.
That’s according to New York City health officials who showed that the city has made great strides on this measure.
Understanding the connections between sex work and HIV
The 13th Annual Women as the Face of AIDS Summit brought women to the forefront of the HIV movement.
Expanded services at the remodeled facility are part of the mayor’s Ending the Epidemic plan.
Seven members elected to HIVMA Board of Directors; Melanie Thompson is the new chair.
Following national trends, troubling disparities persist, with Black men who have sex with men less likely to receive PrEP than whites.
The controversial head of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation has taken his PrEP-skepticism campaign to the prestigious medical journal AIDS.
The End AIDS NY 2020 Community Coalition releases a consensus statement on HIV viral load suppression.
Launched by Housing Works, The Undetectables HIV program expands to seven more health centers.
All of the current HIV-positive residents were undocumented immigrants when they moved in.
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