amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research

amfAR plays a vital role in AIDS research, identifying critical gaps in our knowledge of HIV and AIDS, and supporting groundbreaking studies that often lack the preliminary data required by more traditional funders.

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amfAR Intensifies Efforts to Cure HIV

More than $2 million awarded in new cure-focused research grants

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The Top Cure Research Stories of 2013

The Top 13 in ‘13

A recap of the most important HIV cure research stories of 2013

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Infusion of Funding for amfAR HIV Cure Consortium

New grants enable four teams of leading researchers to build on research momentum in collaborative effort to eradicate HIV

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Children Continue to Start HIV Treatment too Late

A new study shows that the majority of children in lower-income countries do not start treatment before HIV severely weakens their immune systems.

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Child Cured of HIV

Groundbreaking case opens the door to exciting new lines of HIV cure research.

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amfAR Ramps Up Investment in HIV Cure Research

$1.4 million in grants awarded to eight research teams will support pioneering studies in the search for a cure.

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A Cure for HIV/AIDS: Recent Breakthroughs and New Research Frontiers

An amfAR-hosted Capitol Hill briefing highlighted advances and challenges in cure research.

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