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There has been nearly unanimous outrage over the two-year jail sentence handed down for the members of the Russian punk band, but Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch is defending the punishment.
45,000 people walked up to 6.2 miles in the 27th annual AIDS Walk New York on Sunday to raise money for AIDS research. It’s the largest HIV/AIDS fundraiser in the world, benefiting the Gay Men’s Health Crisis and other HIV/AIDS charities.
The city has announced a deal that preserves a historic building and creates a new school on the site of a former Greenwich Village hospital.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s office says the 58-year-old Hemrajani prescribed medications for the virus that causes AIDS without determining whether the patients had it.
More than 110,000 people in New York City are infected with HIV, more than in any other U.S. city and about 75 percent of all cases in the state.
In this Eye on New York segment, CBS 2’s Dana Tyler speaks with Vanity Fair Fashion Market Editor Michael Carla bout the annual “Fashion For Action” event to help fight homelessness and AIDS.
Health officials say the number of new AIDS cases in New York City declined by 25 percent in 2011, a possible outcome of improved medical care.
For nearly the past twenty years, the Long Island Minority AIDS Coalition has been offering free anonymous HIV testing on college campuses.
In this Eye on New York segment, CBS 2’s Dana Tyler examines the role that HIV and AIDS play in the city.
22 million people in Africa have AIDS, but that’s only the official count. The actual number is likely much much higher, since many shun testing out of fear.
The case is considered extremely rare, but some health officials noted that there is no strict policy for when live donors should be tested for the AIDS virus before a transplant.
Help take a stand against the spread of HIV & AIDS by supporting the Bailey House Auction and Party on Wednesday, February 23rd at the Lexington Avenue Armory.
Scientists have an exciting breakthrough in the fight against AIDS.
President Barack Obama got heckled at a fundraiser Wednesday night by protesters pushing for more funding for AIDS programs and quicker action to allow gays to serve openly in the military.