amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research
Plan includes $20 million, five-year grant to establish and fund a cure-focused HIV/AIDS research institute.
amfAR's flagship fundraiser during the Cannes Film Festival, May 21, featured performances by Andrea Bocelli, Mary J Blige, Imagine Dragons, and Charli XCX.
amfAR’s new Issue Brief warns of the free trade agreement’s potentially damaging effects on global public health.
amfAR’s issue briefs and short films make a convincing case for ending the ban on federal funding for syringe services programs.
Through the Countdown to a Cure initiative, amfAR will invest $100 million in cure-focused research.
View amfAR CEO Kevin Robert Frost's moving and eloquent tribute speech.
New brief from amfAR decries decades-long ban on use of federal funds for these highly effective programs
Leading Filipino HIV advocate Laurindo Garcia discusses his decision to come out publicly as HIV-positive and gay and his innovative advocacy and outreach work.
MARSA is the only sexual health clinic in Lebanon targeting men who have sex with men and transgender individuals.
As HIV cases among injecting drug users continue to rise in Scott County, Indiana, amfAR CEO Kevin Robert Frost talks on Huffington Post Live about the importance of syringe exchange programs.
The selected study, led by Dr. Brad Jones, will look at whether a novel combination therapy can eradicate the latent reservoirs of HIV that present a major barrier to finding a cure.
International fine jeweler and watchmaker Harry Winston, Inc., has joined forces with amfAR in a venture that represents the single largest corporate partnership in the Foundation’s 30-year history.
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