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Dr. Judd Hultquist discusses the challenges, and rewards, of being a gay man involved in HIV research.
New research points to the powerful effect of estrogen.
TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art is an annual contemporary art auction benefiting amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art.
amfAR has awarded $1 million in phase II funding for projects applying cutting-edge technologies to HIV cure research.
What would a cure mean for the millions of people living with HIV today?
Honoring Katy Perry and Blake Mycoskie. Special performance by Dame Shirley Bassey.
Over three decades of AIDS research have yielded stunning scientific and medical advances.
amfAR's online database provides a window into the deadly opioid epidemic unfolding across every American’s backyard.
Reductions in integrated health services in these already vulnerable environments is a manufactured public health emergency that runs counter to U.S. global health goals.
Designer Viktor Luna talks about HIV and changing attitudes.
HIV researcher Dr. Judd Hultquist discusses the challenges, and rewards, of being a gay man involved in HIV research.
An amfAR-funded study finds that gay and bisexual population size is often underestimated, with harmful consequences.
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