Monthly Archives: September 2017

AHF to Host Brooklyn #StandAgainstHate Community Forum

In response to the national moral crisis exposed by the tragedy of Charlottesville, AHF, the largest global AIDS group, launched a national advocacy and billboard campaign #StandAgainstHate targeting the hatred, racism and white supremacy so brutally unmasked in Charlottesville and its aftermath ‘Moral turning point for our nation,’ says AHF President Michael Weinstein BROOKLYN, NY…

AHF Stands with, and Offers Condolences to the People of Sierra Leone; Donates Relief Materials to Mud Slide Survivors

FREETOWN, Sierra Leone–As the people of Sierra Leone grapple to get their lives back on track, following the devastating impact of the August 14th mudslide, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) has expressed its deepest sympathy to Sierra Leoneans and donated relief materials to support survivors. The mudslide, which hit five communities (Regent, Juba-Kaningo, Malama- Kamayama,…

AHF Lauds U. S. Representative Wasserman Schultz for Pressing FDA on Key Syphilis Drug Shortage

Amid rising national syphilis rates, Florida Congresswoman calls on FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb to address Pfizer’s multiple manufacturing delays and stockouts of Bicillin L-A (Penicillin G benzathine), the preferred medication used to treat syphilis WASHINGTON (August 31, 2017) AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the largest global AIDS organization, applauded Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FA-23) today for…

ACQC Names Rosemary Lopez as Interim Executive Director; Philip Glotzer Retiring after 20 Years Helming Queens AIDS Group

Incumbent E.D. Glotzer is set to retire September 1st after 20 years as head of respected Queens AIDS organization, which seeks to improve delivery of lifesaving HIV/AIDS care and services throughout the borough of Queens, which has one of the highest prevalence rates of HIV/AIDS in New York City. Glotzer will continue in an advisory…