amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research
An inspirational and beloved leader, Dr. Krim made an extraordinary impact on the fight against AIDS.
amfAR has awarded $1 million in phase II funding for projects applying cutting-edge technologies to HIV cure research.
Cure discussed from many perspectives at amfAR World AIDS Day Summit
A new amfAR online database provides a window into the deadly opioid epidemic unfolding across every American’s backyard.
What would a cure mean for the millions of people living with HIV today?
Event featured Teraji P. Henson, Queen Latifah, moving tributes to Dr. Mathlide Krim, and sensational performance by Halsey.
The first FDA-approved gene therapy treatment for cancer patients has shown promise in suppressing HIV infection long term in lab monkeys, according to a study partially funded by amfAR.
Public health and policy experts recently gathered to discuss how data can help inform national and local responses to mitigate the epidemic.
What should be the highest priority in 2018 for ending AIDS in the Asia-Pacific region?
February 11 is International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
The passing of amfAR’s beloved Founding Chairman on January 15 has robbed us of an inspirational leader in the fight against AIDS.
In an op-ed for World AIDS Day, amfAR CEO Kevin Robert Frost tells Mediaplanet why complacency can be deadly in the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS.
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