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City Marks World AIDS Day With Ceremony at Apollo Courtney Gross | December 1, 2014 Watch the opening video here. Several people with HIV and AIDS were all in the same place on Monday for World AIDS Day. “I tested positive November 22, 1989,” said James Lister of the Vocal-NY Action Fund. “Since 1990,” said […]

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The New York Times: Naloxone, a Drug to Stop Heroin Deaths, Is More Costly, the Police Say

Naloxone, a Drug to Stop Heroin Deaths, Is More Costly, the Police Say J. David Goodman | November 30, 2014 This year, police departments across the country, including in New York City, announced plans to stock up on a medication that reverses the effects of a heroin or opioid painkiller overdose. The move signaled a […]

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PR: Leading AIDS and LGBT Organizations Call for Housing, Nutrition, and Transportation Assistance for All Poor NYers Living with HIV

For Immediate Release | November 26, 2014 Contact: Jennifer Flynn, 917-517-5202, Jennifer@vocal-ny.org Days before World AIDS Day, Advocates say ending homelessness and extreme poverty is vital to making Governor Cuomo’s commitment to end AIDS in NY by 2020 a reality New York, NY — Leading LGBT, AIDS and anti-homelessness advocacy organizations, along with the New […]

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New York State Poised to Deny Hepatitis C Treatment to Thousands

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | November 20, 2014 CONTACT: Matt Curtis, 646-234-9062, matt@vocal-ny.org. People Living with Hepatitis C, Healthcare Providers, and Advocates Demand Medicaid Coverage for New Treatment Medications NYS Medicaid placing arbitrary restrictions on hepatitis C treatment, denying the cure to thousands of low income New Yorkers. More than 200,000 New Yorkers are living with chronic […]

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