Tim Murphy

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Reporter on HIV/AIDS and LGBT issues for The Nation, The New York Times, New York magazine, PozOutThe Advocate and other outlets

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For years, public health officials fought AIDS with information and education. It seemed like it was working, but not for everyone.

How to Fight HIV in the Black Community

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