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News at Life Foundation
2014 Par-Tee Charity Golf Tournament registration is now open!

June 14, 2014

We are excited to annoucne that Ewa Beach Golf Club will host this years Annual Par-Tee Charity Golf Tournament. The […]


23rd Annual Honolulu AIDS Walk

May 16, 2014

23rd Annual Honolulu AIDS Walk Every life counts, and every dollar helps at the 23rd annual Honolulu AIDS Walk to […]


Loretta Fuddy, Hawaii State Health Director, dies at age 65

December 13, 2013

  All of us at Life Foundation were shocked and saddened to learn that Hawaii State Health Director Loretta Fuddy […]


World AIDS Day in Hawaii

November 22, 2013

Started on December 1st 1988, World AIDS Day is recognized around the globe as a day to take action, fight […]


LIFE FOUNDATION NAMED FINALIST IN TOYOTA 100 CARS FOR GOOD PROGRAM

September 13, 2013

LIFE FOUNDATION NAMED FINALIST IN TOYOTA 100 CARS FOR GOOD PROGRAM Toyota to Donate Vehicles to Local Nonprofit Organizations Based […]


HIV/AIDS News
Irradiation plus transplantation shown to be effective for treating HIV/AIDS

October 1, 2014

Yerkes National Primate Research Center researchers are the first to show that an irradiation plus transplantation combination approach in nonhuman primates can be used to treat or even possibly cure...


Countries ready to "Fast Track" response to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030

September 29, 2014

A new fast-track strategy proposes rapid and massive acceleration of HIV prevention and treatment programmes with a people-centred approach for ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.


In new primate model, stem cell transplant does not cure SHIV/AIDS after irradiation

September 28, 2014

A study published in PLOS Pathogens reports a new primate model to test treatments that might cure HIV/AIDS and suggests answers to questions raised by the "Berlin patient", the only human thought to...


Surprising diversity of antibody family provides clues for HIV vaccine design

September 26, 2014

Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have described how a single family of antibodies that broadly neutralizes different strains of HIV has evolved remarkably diverse structures to...