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Chelsea »

State Endorses HIV-Prevention Drugs for People Who Aren't Infected

Non-infected people at risk of HIV infection are being encouraged by the state to take daily medication.

Chelsea »

AIDS Organizations See Fundraising Plummet as Donors Shift to Other Causes

LGBT donors have shifted their focus to causes like marriage equality, nonprofit leaders said.

East Flatbush »

Brooklyn Hospital Told Wrong Patients They Had HIV, Whistle-Blower Says

A lab worker who reported potentially deadly mistakes was threatened and denied a promotion, she said.

Chelsea »

Millions Raised by AIDS Walk Spent on Rent, Not HIV Services

GMHC records show it's spending nearly all donations on overhead instead of helping people with AIDS.  

Chelsea »

AIDS Walk Supporters Outraged to Hear Most Donations Go to Rent

Some longtime GMHC supporters said they felt betrayed.

Central Harlem »

Health Advocates Decry Funding Cuts to Free STD and Immunization Clinics

The cuts will most affect low-income people of color in neighborhoods across the city, they say.

Chelsea »

Struggling GMHC Plans to Break Lease and Leave Expensive Offices

The AIDS organization pays $389,000 per month for its Chelsea office, documents show.

Bed-Stuy »

Community Garden Program Helps 'Underserved' Residents in Bed-Stuy

Services for the Underserved brought an urban gardening program to Bed-Stuy.

Chelsea »

GMHC Boss Forced Out After Staff and Clients Rebelled, Sources Say

CEO Marjorie Hill was forced out by the AIDS organization's board after a year of scandals, sources said.

Upper East Side »

Regis H.S. Student Holds Photo Show to Raise Money for Kenyan Orphans

Luke Passannante, 17, is exhibiting his photography at Westchester's Rye Arts Center until Sept. 7.

Meatpacking District »

Sculpture of 'Queen of Meat Market' to Be Cast on High Line

Florent Morellet, owner of the celebrity hot spot Restaurant Florent, will be honored later this month.

Upper East Side »

Anthony Weiner Slams Gay Blood Donation Ban as 'Discrimination'

The mayoral candidate called on the FDA to change rules that have been in place since the AIDS epidemic.

Chelsea »

AIDS Patients Petition GMHC for Making Them Use Separate Entrance

The clients say the separate entrance to the Gay Men's Health Crisis is discriminatory.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Anti-Gay Hate Crimes Rise in New York As Numbers Fall Nationally

A study, which does not include recent incidents, found gay hate crimes rose for a fourth-straight year.

Chelsea »

AIDS Center's Patients Told Not to Use Building's Main Entrance

Instead, people seeking help at Gay Men's Health Crisis are directed to use a separate door.