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2011 Marks A Moment of Hope

Dec 28 11

The close of 2011 marks a moment of hope for Until There’s A Cure Foundation. Although the end of the AIDS pandemic is still years away, we remain dedicated and optimistic about finding a cure. Gradual progress, since the beginning of the epidemic, means that fewer people are dying of AIDS; the rate of new […]

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What I Have Learned

Oct 21 11

Time sure flies by… the three months that I’ve been working with UNTIL for the HIV/AIDS cause is now coming to an end. While working with the lovely staff of Until There’s A Cure, I discovered many differences between a Non-profit organization and what I knew from my earlier projects. In my past experience I […]


HIV/AIDS: On the front page or not…

Dec 22 10

BY HANA KAJIMURA The holiday season means a lot of travel. For me, airports and airplanes go hand in hand with magazines full of “holiday gift guides” and “2010 wrap ups”. As I flipped through the health page of the December 24th-Jan 7th edition of The Week, reading about how naps and dreams make us […]

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Dec 16 10

By Lindsay Steele “Increase compassion, understanding and RESPONSIBILTY …Until There’s A Cure.” This is the phrase that concludes all communications from Until There’s A Cure. These three values, compassion, understanding and responsibility, lie at the core of what we aim to instill in minds and hearts every where. Yesterday, I, along with two others from […]

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Student Perspectives on Safe Sex Education

Dec 08 10

“If you wear a condom you can’t get it, right?” BY HANA KAJIMURA Hana Kajimura is a freshman at Stanford University. We want to hear more student perspectives on the issue of Safe Sex Education on YOUR campuses. Please comment on this blog to share. A couple times every day, as I walk down the […]


6 Misconceptions Young People Have about HIV/AIDS

Dec 03 10

Hydeia Broadbent Sets it Straight BY TOMIKA ANDERSON Hydeia Broadbent has been living with HIV her entire life, but as she told Black Enterprise yesterday, that has not been a death sentence.  In fact, the 26-year-old AIDS activist has been a very vocal spokeswoman for awareness about the disease, which has reached epidemic proportions in […]


Tipping for a Cure

Nov 30 10

BY LINDSAY STEELE I went to a coffee shop on Wednesday of last week and the barista was wearing a Christmas sweater. A bit early, no? I thought the holiday season didn’t officially kick-off until Thanksgiving was over… Or at least until the first of December!? When I asked about the sweater, the barista claimed […]

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Symbol of Larger Change

Nov 24 10

Change ignites from a single action. BY HANA KAJIMURA Pope Benedict XVI, the spokesman for one of the world’s largest religions, has changed the Catholic stance on condom use, namely in condoms as a potential solution to the AIDS pandemic. While the Church still adamantly opposes the use of birth control, Pope Benedict XVI pronounced […]


Project RideRED Launches Today

Nov 23 10

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Project RideRED Campaign to Commemorate 30th Anniversary of AIDS Cyclists commit to increase world-wide awareness of AIDS through tribute rides, social media outreach and fundraising efforts LOS ANGELES – November 23, 2010 – Brian Hodes of VeloImages, a pro cycling photographer and longtime AIDS awareness advocate, today kicked off “Project RideRED,” a […]

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What I Promise to Remember Daily …

Nov 19 10

BY STEPHANIE GEBALLE I am very excited to present the most recent addition to the Until There’s A Cure product line, the Thanda Zulu Slinky and Flat Thin Bracelets. I discovered these bracelets while I was doing research one day … and I have to admit, I fell in love with them even before I knew […]