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The campaign promoted messages about safer sex and the importance of getting tested. It praised GMHC for its work. United Kingdom Russia Ukraine. In this 30th year of the epidemic, HIV continues to rise at alarming rates — locally and nationally — particularly among women, African AmericansLatinos and men who have sex with men. Rodger McFarlane began a crisis counseling hotline that originated on his own home telephone, which ultimately became one of the organization's most effective tools for sharing information about AIDS.

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Gay Men's Health Crisis

He was named as the director of GMHC inhelping create a more formal structure for the nascent organization, which had no funding or offices when he took on the role. Retrieved May 19, A look back — — Need support, need to talk? Rodger McFarlane began a crisis counseling hotline that originated on his own home telephone, which ultimately became one of the organization's most effective tools for sharing information about AIDS.

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At GMHC, we believe we can end the epidemic by addressing the underlying causes, shifting cultural beliefs and promoting smart behaviors that empower a healthy life for all of us. We understand the root causes of the disease and take a holistic approach to care — from medical treatment and counseling to legal services and job placement — that promotes total well-being for your whole life. Want to improve your HIV program? To end the AIDS epidemic, we need comprehensive solutions that promote education, increase awareness, improve care, reduce stigma, elevate policy and build strong, supportive communities. The organization was founded in January after reports began surfacing in San Francisco and New York City that a rare form of cancer called Kaposi's sarcoma was affecting young gay men.

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