Indiana goes VIRTUAL to the

INTERNATIONAL AIDS CONFERENCE 2020

The AIDS2020VIRTUAL was held July 6-10, 2020.
 
This site hereafter will contain information about the conference, HIV and COVID-19. 
July 26, 2020

GOD BLESS AMERICA

FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA

mission

Our mission to bring 2 persons from every county in Indiana to the International AIDS Conference (IAC).. That would be approximately 200 Persons.  Yes its a big vision but we have a big problem in Indiana not only about the virus but stigma, prejudice, bigotry, and down right hate.   

 

This will be an once in a lifetime transforming experience for many of our Hoosier citizens.  There we will meet many members of the world's family who would less likely have an opportunity to visit our United State of America.  Further, there will be a recognition of  the precious timing of of the 2020 International AIDS Conference  during America's presidential election year. 

 

Your vote profoundly sheds light on the candidates and their parties platforms about health and healthcare. Our participation in the IAC gives grounding about the most recent  knowledge, research, science, medicine, and PLWHAS diverse experiences.  You may expect to become an informed delegate who returns to Indiana prepared to inform, educate and increase awareness of the efforts around the world to not only end the transmission of HIV but find the CURE to HIVAIDS.Our theme is the same as the IAC:    RESILIENCE !   

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Mission

Our mission to bring 2 persons from every county in Indiana to the International AIDS Conference (IAC).. That would be approximately 200 Persons.  Yes its a big vision but we have a big problem in Indiana not only about the virus but stigma, prejudice, bigotry, and down right hate.   

 

This will be an once in a lifetime transforming experience for many of our Hoosier citizens.  There we will meet many members of the world's family who would less likely have an opportunity to visit our United State of America.  Further, there will be a recognition of  the precious timing of of the 2020 International AIDS Conference  during America's presidential election year. 

 

Your vote profoundly sheds light on the candidates and their parties platforms about health and healthcare. Our participation in the IAC gives grounding about the most recent  knowledge, research, science, medicine, and PLWHAS diverse experiences.  You may expect to become an informed delegate who returns to Indiana prepared to inform, educate and increase awareness of the efforts around the world to not only end the transmission of HIV but find the CURE to HIVAIDS.Our theme is the same as the IAC:    RESILIENCE !   

Embrace at IUPUI

AIDS Language Matters

Organizing to Fight AIDS

Media Event Kicks Off AIDS 2020

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Timothy Ray Brown (born 1966) is an American considered to be the first person cured of HIV/AIDS. Brown was called "The Berlin Patient" at the 2008 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, where his cure was first announced, in order to preserve his anonymity, and because he lived in, and was treated in Berlin. He chose to come forward in late-2010. “I didn’t want to be the only person cured,” he said. “I wanted to do what I could to make [a cure] possible. My first step was releasing my name and image to the public.”

Eleven years later, nearly on the same date, at the same conference, it was announced that it appeared that a second man had been cured; he was called the "London Patient." He also received a bone marrow transplant to treat a cancer (Hodgkin's lymphoma) but was given weaker immunosuppressive drugs. The selected donor also carried the CCR5-Δ32 mutation.

Harold S. Brown, Jr., met Tim at the 2018 International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands. We shared our journeys.  We dedicated ourselves to finding  a worldwide, cost effective , treatment for everyone.