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COVID-19 Doesn’t Discriminate — and Neither Should We

The pandemic has fueled anti-Asian bias, and it's incumbent on us all to speak out against such bigotry.

For Gay Men's Health Crisis, the 'Crisis' Has Never Gone Away

GMHC continues the mission created in Larry Kramer's Manhattan apartment 37 years ago.

Drug Use in Our Community Requires Immediate Action

As addiction runs rampant, Gay Men's Health Crisis opens a new substance abuse clinic in the heart of Manhattan. 

Honoring the Experience of Long-Term Survivors of HIV/AIDS

On HIV Long-Term Survivors Day, Kelsey Louie of Gay Men's Health Crisis describes how we can help these fierce warriors through new challenges.

Mental Health Care Is Key to Ending AIDS

The Gay Men's Health Crisis is confronting what is often an afterthought in HIV care -- mental health.

Unchecked Homophobia Leads to Scenarios Like Chechnya

There are consequences for passive acceptance of prejudice, writes Kelsey Louie of Gay Men's Health Crisis.

Trumpcare Could Bring HIV Roaring Back

The Republicans are hell-bent on pushing through their cruel replacement of Obamacare. Kelsey Louie of Gay Men's Health Crisis describes what could happen if they succed.

If the Clinton Foundation Closes, People Will Die

If politics forces the closure of the Clinton Foundation, the flow of lifesaving HIV meds will abruptly end. 

35 Years Since GMHC Began in Larry Kramer's Living Room

The first organized gay response to AIDS started 35 years ago. The CEO of Gay Men's Health Crisis reflects on the past and ponders the future.

Where Is the Debate on HIV and AIDS?

The Gay Men's Health Crisis is demanding that candidates for president address HIV.

Op-ed: Gay Abstinence Isn't an Answer to Blood Ban

A proposed amendment to the FDA blood ban that requires a one-year period of abstinence is ineffective and discriminatory, says the CEO of Gay Men's Health Crisis.