#PassTheCure

The 'Berlin Patient' proves that a cure for HIV is possible, but HIV-cure research continues to be the smallest voice amidst the more established fields of HIV prevention and HIV treatment. Of the US$1.38 billion designated for HIV research in the US in 2014, only 3% was for HIV-cure. I Hugged The Berlin Patient hopes to raise awareness and dedicate its proceeds to cure research. But the reality of a common cure will require a global effort, and much-needed resources. So pass on the hug – #passthecure – and donate directly to cure research below.

Yo abrace al Paciente de Berlín” dedica sus ingresos y fomenta donaciones públicas para el VIH y la investigación de la cura del cáncer. Por favor ayúdenos a transmitir este mensaje de esperanza con una donación – porque la cura es posible.

Fred Hutchinson Research Centre
Donate to HIV-cure | APOYA LA CURA DEL VIH – AQUÍ

Fred Hutch is leading the fight against HIV/AIDS through the pursuit of new prevention strategies, treatments and potential cures with active studies around the world. Your donation through our #PassTheCure initiative will go specifically to Fred Hutch’s leading work in HIV-cure research – which, in part, has been inspired by the ‘Berlin Patient’.

Fred Hutch está liderando la lucha contra el VIH / SIDA a través de la búsqueda de nuevas estrategias de prevención, tratamientos y curas potenciales con estudios activos en todo el mundo. Su donación a través de nuestra iniciativa #PasaLaCura irá específicamente a liderar el trabajo de Fred Hutch en la investigación de la cura del VIH que, en parte, se ha inspirado en el ‘Paciente de Berlín’.

Action For Aids Singapore

AFA is Singapore's leading independent organization of HIV experts dedicated to fighting HIV infection in Singapore. It draws upon a network of healthcare professionals, advocates, educators and volunteers, to implement educational, testing, treatment and welfare programmes.

I Hugged The Berlin Patient is honored to have helped raise more than US$15,000 for Action for Aids Singapore (Feb, 2014).