Bob Huff is the editor of GMHC Treatment Issues, the HIV treatment research and policy publication of Gay Men's Health Crisis, New York, the oldest and largest AIDS service organization in the world. GMHC is committed to providing compassionate care to New Yorkers with AIDS, educating people in order to keep them healthy, and advocating for fair and effective public policies. GMHC serves more than 11,000 clients annually. Mr. Huff began working in the field of experimental HIV treatment information and activism as a member of the Treatment & Data Committee of ACT UP, New York in 1987. He has subsequently worked for the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) and joined GMHC in 2000. Mr. Huff has a BA in history from UCLA, attended the post-baccalaureate pre-med sciences program at Columbia University, and holds a Masters of Fine Arts from Bard College.
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