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Honoring legendary fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger, with a special performance by Christina Aguilera.
An amfAR think tank, featured in Science magazine, brought researchers together to address this intriguing question.
Groundbreaking study by amfAR-funded researchers and colleagues finds no trace of HIV able to replicate after exhaustive search.
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Researchers are pioneering gene therapy approaches to target and eliminate the HIV reservoir.
The five-year $14.5 million award will support efforts to integrate clinical care and research and target vulnerable communities.
amfAR-funded researchers delve deeper into the mechanisms that enable a small group of people to naturally suppress HIV.
Unequal access to prevention and care, stigma drive worrying trends for Black and Latino gay men.
Dr. Sun, who passed away on November 9, was a regional champion for HIV prevention, care, and research.
February 7 is a day to remind the general public that Black communities across the U.S. still bear the brunt of the HIV epidemic.
amfAR is immensely grateful to model and TikTok star William White, whose holiday season fundraiser generated more than $30,000.
We are constantly gathering new information to keep you up to date on the intersection between HIV and COVID-19. The hard-won lessons of HIV research are informing the race to find effective treatments and a vaccine for COVID-19.
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