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News at Life Foundation
Yelp Helps the Honolulu AIDS Walk

January 27, 2015

On February 10th, 2015 Yelp is having their next Yelp Event called Yelpapalooza! They are calling all Yelpers to join them […]


Oahu Dines is back for World AIDS Day!

November 14, 2014

Oahu Dines Local Dining Fundraiser Fights AIDS in Hawai‘i on World AIDS Day! Oahu Dines is a benefit for Life […]


24th Annual Honolulu AIDS Walk

November 4, 2014

Walk with aloha at the Honolulu AIDS Walk on Sunday, April 19, 2015 at Kapi‘olani Park. Registration for the 2015 […]


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 […]


HIV/AIDS News
Monitoring wildlife may shed light on spread of antibiotic resistance in humans

July 30, 2015

Study in African animals provides clues to antibiotic effectsAntibiotics are a blessing but may also be an empty promise of health when microbes develop resistance to our pharmacological arsenal.


Improvement in the quality of VMMC made possible through the continuous quality improvement approach

July 29, 2015

The continuous quality improvement approach was introduced on a pilot basis to 30 sites across UgandaThe continuous quality improvement (CQI) approach was introduced on a pilot basis to 30 sites...


Improved survival of HIV patients facilitates heart disease research

July 28, 2015

The improved survival rate of HIV patients in sub-Saharan Africa due to effective treatment programs is increasing the ability of researchers in Africa to study the impacts of cardiovascular disease...


In CRISPR advance, scientists successfully edit human T cells

July 28, 2015

In a project spearheaded by investigators at UC San Francisco, scientists have devised a new strategy to precisely modify human T cells using the genome-editing system known as CRISPR/Cas9.