amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research
Headquartered at the University of California, San Francisco, the amfAR Institute represents an exciting new collaboration in the search for a cure for HIV.
In one of its final acts of 2015, Congress eased restrictions on funding for syringe exchange programs.
Assessing the state of harm reduction interventions to prevent and treat HIV among people who inject drugs worldwide
How the end of the country’s 50-year long military dictatorship is impacting and improving its response to HIV.
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Plan includes $20 million, five-year grant to establish and fund a cure-focused HIV/AIDS research institute.
In one of its final acts of 2015, Congress quietly lifted the longstanding ban on federal funding for syringe services programs (SSPs)—but not entirely.
The UN’s Chris Collins discusses why community involvement is a critical part of the UN’s—or any—plan to end AIDS.
Actor Jay Ellis, newly appointed ambassador for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, discusses his personal interest in the AIDS epidemic and what needs to be done eliminate HIV’s racial disparities.
In this video, members of the GMT Initiative team in Bangkok discuss their online “test and treat” study to improve access to HIV testing and care among Thailand’s hardest-to-reach MSM and transgender individuals.
This short new video showcases amfAR's single-minded pursuit of a cure for HIV and describes the scientific hurdles that stand in the way.
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