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Ellen Reckhow, Brenda Howerton, David Margolis, Allison Mathews, Stuart Rennie, Wendy Jacobs, Heidi Carter, and James HillThe Durham County Board of Commissioners has proclaimed December 14 as HIV Cure Research Day!

Dr. Allison Mathews, founder and director of the 2BeatHIV research project at UNC, shared that “HIV Cure Research Day marks the one year anniversary of the founding of the 2BeatHIV project, which has far reaching impacts in North Carolina and across the world”. Matthews is “excited and proud to announce that Durham is the first city in the world to proclaim this day.” The purpose of HIV Cure Research Day is to promote community involvement in shaping the future of HIV cure research. Along with Dr. Mathews, Drs. David Margolis (Founder and Director of the UNC HIV Cure Center) and Stuart Rennie (UNC Department of Social Medicine) were also in attendance at the event.

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