What Can We Do Now to Speed Up HIV Cure Research?

As most of you know, the case of Timothy Brown (aka The Berlin patient), a person who got cured of HIV and leukemia 5 years ago, has jolted a new energy and hope into the search for a HIV cure.  But most people with HIV, policymakers and potential funding sources are not fully aware of this case and what the new movement for a search for a cure are all about. So, Nelson Vergel, writer for The Body.com decided was to travel around the country to interview key players in advancing this field and make a short video that could serve as a catalyst for awareness and change.

This short video, done with a very low budget with the help of his activist friend Greg Fowler, is only part of a longer, more detailed documentary to be finished before World AIDS Day this year, the 30-year anniversary of the first AIDS cases.

Please watch it and forward it to your friends. Please follow the suggestions made in that video and become part of the cure! Everyone can do something now to raise awareness and funds not only for research but also for advocacy and education in this important new and expanding area.

Via TheBody.com

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