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'For a news agency to produce this is incredibly inappropriate, particularly in New York City, the epicenter of the epidemic.'
Volunteers are offering free HIV rapid testing at 25 subway stations throughout the city today.
"On Truvada, I’m like, super excited to hook up with this friend of a friend on Facebook because I know he’s also on Truvada, so... we get to do all the stuff that always seemed taboo."
"People on meth aren’t necessarily accurate historians, and they tend to exaggerate and say outlandish things."
You can see a video of Wolf, then a member of the New York City Gay Men's Chorus, discussing his AIDS activism in the '80s.
Wolf told an informant he had punctured holes in condoms "in an intentional attempt to spread the H.I.V. to his sexual partners."
They also turn away cancer and diabetes patients.
When store employees confronted the man, police say he "displayed hypodermic needles from his pocket and stated he had HIV."
The FDA will relax a decades-old ban on blood donations from homosexual men, the government announced today.
The number of New Yorkers dying from AIDS has dropped precipitously over the past decade.
An employee at Kings County Hospital alleges that botched lab work resulted in several patients being told that they were HIV positive when they weren't.
A Brooklyn woman who does not have HIV is suing Getty Images for selling her likeness to the Division of Human Rights, which used her image in an HIV PSA.
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