AIDS Foundation of Chicago

"Curing HIV - Only a Start" featuring Timothy Brown
Chicago Cultural Center, Cassidy Auditorium


Timothy Brown
10x165.png10x165.pngLearn about exciting scientific advances to bring about a cure for HIV disease, featuring Timothy Brown, a.k.a. "the Berlin Patient," who once had HIV. Recovered from a deadly form of leukemia and now virus-free because of a difficult bone marrow transplant, Brown embodies the hopes of scientists and millions of people living with the virus. Brown’s road to a cure is unlikely to be traveled by many others, except perhaps some who also have both HIV and cancer. But his journey provides critical proof of a concept that just may help lead to the end of AIDS-by offering clues for how to develop a safe, affordable cure for all. He also offers inspiration and hope for the road ahead. The evening will also include information about Chicago’s efforts on the HIV cure research agenda, and time for Q and A.




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Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
78 E. Washington Street
Chicago, IL 60602

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