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Author Archives: San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Resource Round-Up: Make the Most of AIDS 2014

Resource Round-Up: Make the Most of AIDS 2014

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Heading to AIDS 2014 or following from home? Use these resources to get the most from this jam-packed conference on HIV prevention, treatment, cure research, and the community response to HIV/AIDS. Read More

Heroes in the Fight: Meet Peter Staley

Heroes in the Fight: Meet Peter Staley

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Peter Staley never meant to become an activist—but be glad he did. See how he and other early AIDS activists revolutionized drug development and changed the doctor-patient dynamic for good. Read More

Webinar: Moving African-American Gay Men Along the HIV Care Continuum

Webinar: Moving African-American Gay Men Along the HIV Care Continuum

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

What are health departments, providers, researchers, and government agencies doing to reverse HIV health disparities in African-American gay men? Find out in this June 25 webinar. Read More

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

National HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day

National HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Advocates are claiming June 5 as a day to honor long-term survivors of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. One survivor tells his story and shares his hopes for this new observance day. Read More