The Health Department today released its 2022 HIV Surveillance Annual Report, which shows continued progress toward ending the HIV epidemic in New York City.
In recognition of World AIDS Day, NYC Health + Hospitals reminded New Yorkers that affordable, gender-affirming care is available for patients seeking testing and treatment for HIV.
The Health Department today released the 2021 HIV Surveillance Annual Report (PDF), which shows continued progress toward ending the HIV epidemic in New York City.
On World AIDS Day, State Senator Brad Hoylman called for providing all New Yorkers with access to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) medications to prevent HIV infection.
DIVAS Simply Singing!, the longest consecutive running musical AIDS benefit in the United States, hosts its 29th annual fundraiser for The D.I.V.A. Foundation.
Today, Representative Adriano Espaillat issued the following statement to recognize December 1st as World AIDS Day and to address the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Grammy-winning diva Mariah Carey took the stage at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Thursday night to perform at a free concert to commemorate World AIDS Day (December 1) and celebrate the 30th anniversary of AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the world’s largest AIDS organization.
Today, Congresswoman Robin Kelly, chair of the Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust, released this statement marking World AIDS Day:
In recognition of World AIDS Day, the Health Department today joined the End AIDS NY 2020 Coalition – a partnership of over 60 community partners from New York State – to host the fourth annual World AIDS Day event at Brooklyn’s historic Kings Theatre.
In recognition of World AIDS Day, the Health Department today announced the launch of “Stay Sure,” a new sexual health media campaign that promotes HIV prevention services in New York City.
This year, the world marked the 35th anniversary of the first published reports of what would come to be known as HIV/AIDS.
The Health Department today released its 2014 HIV Surveillance Annual Report, which shows that the annual number of new HIV diagnoses in New York City has reached an all-time low, and, for the first time, includes data on HIV/AIDS among transgender New Yorkers.
To honor World AIDS Day tomorrow, NYC Health + Hospitals is reminding New Yorkers to prioritize their health by getting an HIV test. According to City health officials there are over 118,000 New Yorkers living with HIV, with some remaining unaware of their status.
The first known cases of HIV/AIDS were discovered in the early 80’s. Though much wasn’t known about the disease or how to effectively slow it down at first, there have been great strides in treatment and more and more HIV-positive people are learning to live longer lives with the disease.
December 1st marks the 24th World AIDS Day, a day for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died.