Free From AIDS Gala Commemorates World AIDS Day at Indochine December 1st

Pride Parade 2018 photo from RFTCA archive
This World AIDS Day, the Research Foundation to Cure AIDS invites you to celebrate the progress being made in freeing the world of AIDS.

The FREE FROM AIDS GALA taking place at NYC’s downtown Indochine is a night of fine dining, entertainment, and musical performances by some legendary artists.    The event featuring appearances by Charles Busch, Machine Dazzle, Big Scot, Basil Twist, Pamela Herron, Nilaya Sabnis, Darrell Thorne and Charm the Extracelestial gears up to toast the past and present advancements to those that have lit the path to a cure.

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Be a part of history at the Free From AIDS Gala, and help The Research Foundation To Cure AIDS pass the torch to cure this disease once and for all. Their mantra is “we’re not free until everybody’s free.”  Music by Tom Judson on keys, Jazz feelings by Ken Ard, Julie Miwa and band plus DJs Darren Dryden, Sammy Jo and Pickles.  Hosted by burlesque godfather Tigger! and Julie Atlas Muz, the night will also feature a blessing by Father Edwin Chinery of the Church of the Ascension and will honor Klaus Nomi and Project Runway alum Mondo Guerra.  All proceeds support the Research Foundation to Cure AIDS (RFTCA), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  Get your tickets here.

The RFTCA is a scientific-based non-profit focusing more on an actual cure for HIV/AIDS rather than treatment and prevention.  RFTCA’s mission is to accelerate a worldwide cure for all those in need, regardless of ability to pay. 

The non-profit Research Foundation to Cure AIDS (RFTCA) proposes a charitable biotechnology effort outlined below to develop a worldwide cure for HIV/AIDS to be made available and affordable for all those in need. The cure of the Berlin Patient1as well as the recent cure of the London Patient point the way toward a broadly-applicable cure for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS).  President Trump’s pledge to end the AIDS epidemic indicates the government’s commitment to addressing AIDS. In addition, new data about the limitations of treatment and prevention methods, including PrEP, suggest that any approach that is based solely on existing tools will prove inadequate.

RFTCA at AIDS Walk 2019

RFTCAbelieves that the development of a cure based on the science underlying the cures of the Berlin Patient and the London Patient should be added to ongoing efforts to address AIDS. RFTCA is a U.S. not-for-profit organization that holds a perpetual worldwide license to cellular biotechnology that holds promise to develop a cure for HIV/AIDS. RFTCA proposes the biotechnology effort outlined below to develop a cure for HIV/AIDS and to make it available and affordable for all those in need.