amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research
amfAR has awarded $1 million in phase II funding for projects applying cutting-edge technologies to HIV cure research.
A new amfAR online database provides a window into the deadly opioid epidemic unfolding across every American’s backyard.
The Human Impact of Proposed Cuts to Global HIV Funding
What would a cure mean for the millions of people living with HIV today?
Brazilian soccer star Neymar Jr. and television star Sabrina Sato honored at the eighth annual gala, which featured a David Bowie tribute by the legendary Seu Jorge.
The amfAR-funded European ICISTEM research consortium is studying the key elements of this so-far singular cure.
Public health and policy experts recently gathered to discuss how data can help inform national and local responses to mitigate the epidemic.
TREAT Asia has developed tools to help providers manage the transition of adolescents from pediatric to adult HIV clinics.
amfAR hosts second annual cure research summit in São Paulo
amfAR-funded scientists reveal how they are trying to eliminate the HIV reservoir.
We honor female scientific leaders who've made invaluable contributions to progress on HIV/AIDS.
The passing of amfAR’s beloved Founding Chairman on January 15 has robbed us of an inspirational leader in the fight against AIDS.
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