The LIAAC Blog

News and thoughts from the Long Island Association for AIDS Care

June 28, 2017
by Liaacinc
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An Interview with Dr. Gail Barouh: Long Island’s History with HIV/AIDS and the Accomplishments of LIAAC

By Sara Guando This July, LIAAC congratulates President and Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Gail Barouh, for her incredible career with LIAAC and noble service to the Long Island community. As she begins her retirement we offer sincere gratitude to Dr. … Continue reading

May 5, 2017
by Liaacinc
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LIAAC receives Grant Award from Center for Disease Control and Prevention for Young Men of Color who have Sex with Men

LIAAC is excited to announce that we have been awarded funding by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) for a comprehensive HIV prevention program, focusing on Young Men of Color who have Sex with Men (YMSM). LIAAC’s YMSM Alternative Prevention … Continue reading

April 11, 2013
by Liaacinc
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National Minority Health Month- Health Disparity and Discrimination Still Persists.

By Dr. Gail Barouh April is National Minority Health Month. You would think that with the Supreme Court considering the possible overturn of affirmative action, minorities would not need their own health month. But despite what is going on in … Continue reading

August 2, 2012
by Liaacinc
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LIAAC Expands into Chronic Care Coordination with Tri Care Systems

By Dr. Gail Barouh LIAAC has expanded their services to become a chronic care coordination provider with our new Tri Care Systems for people on Medicaid in Nassau and Suffolk counties. Through Tri Care we can help manage multiple service … Continue reading

July 19, 2012
by Liaacinc
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In Memory of Dr. Isay

By Dr.Gail Barouh Although many members of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) stopped classifying homosexuality as a disease in 1973 most association members continued to regard it, and treat it as an illness. Dr. Richard Isay fought for years to … Continue reading