amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research
This grant program supports collaborative teams of biomedical researchers exploring strategies for eradicating HIV infection.
Through its network of clinical sites and research labs,
amfAR’s TREAT Asia program is raising standards of HIV treatment and care
across the continent.
Thursday, October 11, Milk Studios, Los Angeles. Honoring Kevin Huvane. Hosted by Chelsea Handler, with guest presenter Sarah Jessica Parker and special performance by Katy Perry.
Rising HIV incidence among gay men has the potential to reverse decades of
progress in fighting AIDS.
In a wide-ranging interview with amfAR, U.S. Secretary of
State Hillary Rodham Clinton discusses progress and challenges on the road to
an AIDS-free generation.
Three teams of leading scientists receive funding in a collaborative effort to pursue HIV eradication.
Report lays out policy priorities and milestones through 2015 to hasten a “tipping point” in the drive to end AIDS.
Chengdu Love & Kindness Group, formed in May 2007 by HIV-positive MSM in China, is one of amfAR’s first Advocacy in Action award recipients.
Latinos account for one in every five new HIV infections. Held on October 15 each year, National Latino AIDS Awareness Day promotes HIV testing and awareness.
With generous support from ViiV Healthcare, TREAT Asia is turning innovative research into best practices and shaping pediatric HIV care across Asia.
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