Hard Medicine Raises $35,000 To Help End HIV
By Noah Michelson
Two weeks ago Amanda Blank headlined Hard Medicine, a benefit to raise money for Dr. Sudhir Paul's non-profit organization, Covalent Immunology, which aims to find a cure for HIV. Dr. Sudhir has spent the last 26 years searching for a way to end the epidemic after accidentally discovering antibodies with catalytic activity in one his patients in the '80s.
The event raised $35,000 dollars for Covalent Immunology and marked the launch of the non-profit's website, endhiv.com.
Have a look at the above video, starring Dr. Paul along with Lady Bunny, Justin Bond, Ben Andrews, Angie Pontani,
Kristen Renton, Thea Gill, Wilson Cruz, The Pixie Harlots, and Hydeia
Broadben, that premiered at the party and then head over to endhiv.com to find out how you can donate to Covalent Immunology and what else you can do to help in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
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