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Your 2017 membership gift will support the world’s top scientists as they race to find a cure for HIV/AIDS.

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Our Research Roadmap

Four key questions that need to be answered in order to achieve a cure.

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World without PEPFAR Update

The World Without PEPFAR

amfAR infographic illustrates the advances on global HIV/AIDS made possible by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).

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New Round of Cure Research Grants

New Round of Cure Research Grants

amfAR research funding targets biggest roadblocks to HIV cure

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The Future of U.S. Support for Global Progress on HIV/AIDS

The TREAT Asia Report Interview: Rachelle Johnson, global public affairs expert at the Podesta Group, Washington DC

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amfAR Hong Kong Gala

March 25, 2017

Third annual Hong Kong Gala features top-flight entertainment, live auction, cocktails and dinner. Honoring Pansy Ho.

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Gene-Editing Technology: A Game Changer for HIV Cure Research?

Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco, and its affiliated Gladstone Institutes, are using a cutting-edge gene-editing tool known as CRISPR to identify mutations that make immune cells resistant to HIV.

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How Cures Can Fail

A new amfAR report demonstrates that vigilance is needed to sustain the global fight against HIV, even if a cure is found.

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amfAR-Funded HIV Scholars Program Featured in AIDS and Behavior Supplement

amfAR has partnered with the University of Pittsburgh to produce a supplement to the journal AIDS and Behavior devoted to the HIV Scholars Program at the University’s Center for LGBT Health Research.

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Empowering Women with HIV: An Interview with Activist Naina Khanna
Empowering Women with HIV: An Interview with Activist Naina Khanna

We speak with the executive director of Positive Women’s Network – USA (PWN-USA), a national organization that advocates for local, state, and federal policies and programs for women living with HIV.

An $8 million bequest from Microsoft pioneer Ric Weiland – part of a total $65 million shared among 10 gay rights and HIV organizations — was instrumental in kick-starting amfAR’s search for a cure fo
A Landmark Legacy

An $8 million bequest from Microsoft pioneer Ric Weiland – part of a total $65 million shared among 10 gay rights and HIV organizations — was instrumental in kick-starting amfAR’s search for a cure for HIV.

The Time is Now
The Time Is Now!

A collection of classic hits from the 1980s featuring Sugar for Sugar (with Scarlett Johansson), Aloe Blacc, Theophilus London, and many more was created specifically to benefit amfAR.

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Countdown to a Cure Timepiece

amfAR's Milestone Partner, Harry Winston, Inc., is launching a limited-edition Countdown to a Cure timepiece to benefit the Foundation's efforts to develop a cure for HIV.

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