Hopes High After 'Kick And Kill' Therapy Leaves Man Testing HIV-FreeThere were hopes Monday night that a British man could be the first person to be cured of HIV.
Teen Pricked By Needle At Jones Beach Will Require Series Of Blood TestsA Long Island teenager will have to get a series of blood tests after she said she laid on a needle at Jone Beach.
New Pill Offers Hope Of Preventing HIV Among Young People On Long Island, QueensA new drug therapy program on Long Island is underway in hopes of decreasing the spread of HIV among young people.
NJ Hospital Warns Of Possible HIV, Hepatitis Exposure To PatientsOfficials at a hospital in southern New Jersey have notified 213 patients they may have been exposed to HIV or hepatitis B or C because of drug tampering.
Cuomo: NY To Dedicate $200M More In Fight Against HIV/AIDSThe new funding is on top of $2.5 billion New York is already spending to encourage testing and prevention and support for those living with the disease.
Actor Charlie Sheen Talks About Being HIV-Positive, 'Sub-Truths'The 50-year-old actor said he was diagnosed with HIV about four years ago.
PHOTOS: Charlie Sheen Through The YearsTake a look at moments of actor Charlie Sheen's life through the years. Sheen recently revealed he is HIV-positive.
Charlie Sheen's Statement On Being HIV PositiveFollowing a battery of endless tests, that included a hideous spinal tap, it was sadly and shockingly revealed to me that I was, in fact, positive for HIV.
Local Plastic Surgery Clinic Accused Of Refusing To Treat Patient With HIVThe U.S. Attorney’s office in Manhattan is suing a plastic surgery clinic, saying it refuses to treat patients with HIV.
HIV Cases Hit All-Time Low In NYCThe city's Department of Health released the good news on Monday -- World AIDS Day.
Officials Warn Of New Menigitis Outbreak Among HIV-Positive Gay MenThe New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene on Friday was investigating a cluster of meningitis cases among HIV-positive gay men.
Gov. Cuomo Unveils Plan To Combat HIV, AIDSCurrently, about 3,000 people in New York are diagnosed with HIV every year. State officials said Cuomo's plan could cut that to 750 by 2020.