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Why We Need a Cure
amfAR CEO Kevin Robert Frost delivers closing remarks at amfAR’s World AIDS Day 2011 symposium.
In The Community Videos
Tribute to Dame Elizabeth Taylor
Marking 25 years at the forefront of the fight against AIDS, amfAR paid tribute to its Founding International Chairman, Dame Elizabeth Taylor
Making AIDS History PSA
People living with HIV share their stories and hopes for an AIDS-free future.
amfAR Stands For
Kenneth Cole, Dr. Mathilde Krim, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, and others offer their perspectives on the fight against AIDS.
Christina, 26, shares her journey from an HIV diagnosis at age two to the birth of her beautiful, HIV-negative son in 2010.
Tribute to Dr. Mathilde Krim
amfAR pays tribute to the courageous leadership of its Founding Chairman at the 2011 New York Gala.
Making AIDS History
amfAR reflects on its history and accomplishments and looks to a future without AIDS.
HIV and MSM
This short film sheds light on amfAR’s efforts to support urgently needed HIV programs for MSM in developing countries.
George Stephanopoulos Interviews The Berlin Patient
ABC Chief Political Correspondent talks to Timothy Brown─the only person believed to have been cured of HIV.
Closing in on a Cure
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Mark Schoofs discusses the latest in cure research with a panel of experts.
Kenneth Cole on CBS Sunday Morning
amfAR’s Chairman of the Board discusses his efforts to raise AIDS awareness through his provocative ad campaigns.
In The Lab Videos
Preventing Rectal HIV Transmission
amfAR-funded researchers discuss cutting-edge strategies for understanding and preventing rectal HIV transmission at a Strategy and Synthesis meeting in 2009.
Optimizing HIV Treatment
Panel of researchers discuss advances in HIV treatment at an amfAR Strategy and Synthesis meeting in 2009.
Interview with Dr. Mario Stevenson
Dr. Stevenson discusses the increasing interest in HIV cure research at the 2010 HIV DART Conference.
Interview with Dr. Steven Deeks
Dr. Deeks discusses the importance of pursuing new HIV treatments and a cure at the 2010 HIV DART Conference.
Interview with Dr. Sharon Lewin
Dr. Lewin discusses the latest in HIV cure research at the 2010 HIV DART Conference.
On The Hill Videos
D.C. Conference 2009 Earvin “Magic” Johnson
The basketball star and AIDS activist delivers the keynote address at amfAR’s Capitol Hill conference.
D.C. Conference 2009: Jeffrey Crowley
Director of the Office of National AIDS Policy speaks at amfAR’s Capitol Hill conference.
D.C. Conference 2009: Ted Koppel Interviews Magic Johnson
The former anchor of Nightline talks to Magic Johnson about living with HIV.
D.C. Conference 2009: Nancy Pelosi
The former House Speaker is honored with amfAR’s Award of Courage.
D.C. Conference 2009: Dr. Anthony Fauci
Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases discusses the latest in HIV/AIDS research.
D.C. Conference 2009: Dr. Jack Whitescarver
Director of the Office of AIDS Research at NIH speaks at amfAR’s Capitol Hill conference.
D.C. Conference 2009: Susan Blumenthal
Conference chair and amfAR Senior Policy and Medical Advisor speaks at amfAR’s Capitol Hill conference.
D.C. Conference 2009: Kevin Robert Frost
amfAR’s CEO discusses the importance of funding HIV/AIDS programs and research.
D.C. Conference 2009: Barbara Lee
U.S. Representative (D-CA) talks about securing funding for HIV/AIDS programs targeting African Americans.
D.C. Conference 2009: Nita Lowey
U.S. Representative (D-NY) advocates for robust funding of global HIV/AIDS programs.
Treat Asia Videos
Will Trade Agreement Limit Access to AIDS Drugs?
Annette Sohn, director of TREAT Asia, discusses the implications of a 2010 trade agreement between India and the E.U.
A Real-World Solution to AIDS in Asia
This short film sheds light on amfAR’s efforts to fight AIDS in Asia through its TREAT Asia program.
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