amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research
New report provides first ever comprehensive analysis of financing and implementation of HIV programs for gay men, other men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender individuals in Southern Africa.
A decade ago, almost nobody spoke of curing HIV infection as a realistic goal, yet we find ourselves in early 2013 with not one, nor even two, but three different types of HIV cure.
Our infographic illustrates the stark differences in the human impact of the House, Senate and White House global AIDS funding proposals for fiscal year 2014.
New amfAR film documents in very human terms the public health and economic benefits of syringe services programs.
Using gene therapy, amfAR grantees, Drs. Matthew Porteus and Sara Sawyer, have been able to reprogram human immune cells to be almost completely protected against infection by HIV.
Over the last 10 years, PEPFAR has saved millions of lives. However, today it faces budget cuts that could prevent the U.S. government from achieving its goal of an AIDS-free generation.
June 27 is National HIV Testing Day, an annual campaign that promotes HIV awareness and encourages people of all ages to get tested.
This year's Cinema Against AIDS was amfAR's most successful benefit event to date, exceeding all expectations, and bringing global visibility to its tireless fight against HIV/AIDS.
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