And there may be several more.
It was "a needless and careless tweet."
This is an incredible look at how AIDS was viewed 30 years ago.
Rings designed to give people AIDS.
Fast and strong treatment left a Mississippi girl "functionally cured."
An initial omission faced criticism on Twitter.
The community park and memorial will be built across the street from St. Vincent's hospital.
The research could "significantly contribute" to a human vaccine.
AHEM, Ron Perelman.
And then some bagels got stomped.
"The continuing fight against global AIDS is something for which America will be remembered."
"Of course the Church does not regard condom use as a real or moral solution."
A gang of protesters got that quote out of him, after he begged them to go away.
This isn't the first time.
But they got their message across.
The HIV/AIDS charity is getting new, bigger digs.
"Electing to go ahead into this truly idiotic move is one of the great mysteries of the present moment."
With the closure of St. Vincent's, this makes two landmarks in the HIV/AIDS fight that are disappearing from their old neighborhoods.