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HIVopenHouseOct17

UW AIDS Clinical Trials Unit Host HIV Research Open House On Oct 17th

October 5, 2017 • Here’s a chance to meet the local Seattle health care...

ScaredAndBraveJune12

“We’re Scared and Brave” Forum At Gay City Focuses On HIV Cure Research

June 12, 2017 • If you’re not planning to attend this evening’s Pulse Orlando...

CannabisStudy

The UW AIDS Clinical Trials Unit Seeks Paid Volunteers For Cannabis Study

June 12, 2017 • Impact of Cannabis on Inflammation and Viral Persistence in Treated...

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“Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?” Is A Powerful Look At A Gay Israeli...

March 22, 2017 • The Seattle Jewish Film Festival begins on March 25th, and one selection of particular...

Timothy Ray Brown celebrates his 10th "birthday," marking the anniversary of the stem cell transplant that made him the first and so far only person in the world to be cured of the virus that causes AIDS.

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Timothy Ray Brown Celebrates 10 Years Of His HIV Cure At Fred Hutch

February 14, 2017 • Cake, candles and a wish for more HIV cures An HIV workshop pays tribute to Timothy Ray Brown,...

David France's powerful 2013 documentary, "How To Survive A Plague" is now a book, out November 29, 2016. Mr. France will speak at Town Hall Seattle on Monday, Nov 28th.

“How To Survive A Plague” Is Now A Book…Author David France At Town...

November 16, 2016 • David France’s acclaimed documentary How to Survive a Plague is a fascinating and...

Activist/Entertainer ALEKSA MANILA hosts the 2016 "END AIDS WALK" finish line at Volunteer Park. Photo: Lifelong

It’s Not Too Late To Support Saturday’s Lifelong “END AIDS WALK”

September 23, 2016 • You can easily support Saturday’s END AIDS WALK here in Seattle by...