Join the Amplifying Voices film “Wilhemina’s War,” presentation and panel discussion at Iris House in East Harlem, New York.
Did you know that the likelihood of an African-American woman being diagnosed with HIV in her lifetime is 1 in 32, and for a Latina is 1 in 106, but for a white woman, it’s 1 in 526? Continue Reading →
At the American Public Health Association (APHA) annual conference in Denver, the New York City Health Department today presented findings from a new and successful outreach effort that distributes free HIV self-test kits to New Yorkers among populations overrepresented in the NYC HIV epidemic – men and transgender people who have sex with men (MTSM). Continue Reading →
On July 13, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that New York State is on track to End the AIDS Epidemic (EtE) and reduce the number of new HIV infections from 3,000 per year to fewer than 750 by the end of 2020, according to the latest data released by the New York State Department of Health. Continue Reading →
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. Continue Reading →
Constant Contact Is A Blast!