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A Breakthrough Moment in AIDS History

A Breakthrough Moment in AIDS History

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Twenty-five years ago today, Peter Staley and fellow activists stormed a conference and announced a new agenda for research on life-saving HIV/AIDS treatments. See how their words changed AIDS history. Read More

Just How Risky Is It? Studies Shed Light on HIV Risk and Prevention

Just How Risky Is It? Studies Shed Light on HIV Risk and Prevention

, by Liz Highleyman

Three studies estimate HIV risk by sex act and HIV prevention approach. How applicable are their findings to the “real world”? Read More

HIV Cure Research: Separating the Hope from the Hype

HIV Cure Research: Separating the Hope from the Hype

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

What’s really happening in HIV cure research? What would a cure look like, and how do we even define “cured”? Hear how two advocates answered these questions—and raised some of their own. Read More

New Resource: “Research Toward a Cure Trials”

New Resource: “Research Toward a Cure Trials”

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Learn about current research toward an HIV cure—and discover clinical trials enrolling near you—with this new resource from the Treatment Action Group. Read More

Webinar: HIV Cure Research—Getting Past the Hype

Webinar: HIV Cure Research—Getting Past the Hype

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

How close is an HIV cure—really? How do we sort the science from the sensationalism when cure research makes headlines? Join this May 8 webinar and find out. Read More