The Hawaiʻi 2 Zero (H20) Cure Initiative proposes to transform Hawaiʻi into the first HIV-free state in the United States. The timing of the Hawaiʻi to Zero Cure Initiative comes on the heels of scientific evidence that a patient from Berlin was cured of HIV in 2007. This bold initiative seeks to conduct HIV cure and prevention research directed towards “Hawaiʻi to Zero.” We believe Hawaiʻi has the scientific and community infrastructure to achieve this goal.
2018 Update: Hawaiʻi to Zero HIV Cure and Prevention Efforts
Day 1: Full Day Conference
Tues, January 16, 2018, 8AM-4:30PM
For the Public and HIV Community
Day 2: Strategy Meeting
Wed, January 17, 2018, 8AM-3:30PM
For HIV Community Leaders and Medical Leaders
UH Kakaʻako Campus
Sullivan Center & Medical Education Building 3rd Floor
651 Ilalo St., Honolulu, HI 96813
Tentative Schedule and CME 7.0 Hours (to be confirmed)
The Hawaiʻi to Zero (H20) Cure Initiative gratefully accepts your gifts. By making a gift to the H20 Cure Initiative you are supporting HIV/AIDS research and education, which will benefit the Pacific Rim and the world as a whole.
To achieve this goal of a disease free Hawaiʻi, we rely on the generosity of individuals like you. We ask you to consider a donation and in kind support for our Hawai’i to Zero Cure Initiative. Our goal is to raise $6 million to fund this initiative. We believe Hawai’i has the infrastructure in place to Cure HIV and get Hawai’i to Zero.
Examples of how funds are used:
•Investigate strategies that lead to purging of the hidden latent HIV reservoir and a cure for HIV/AIDS, or, control of viral rebound and sustained remission
•Support clinical trials research that transition potential HIV cure research strategies
•Support research on prevention of new HIV infection
Give By Mail:
1) Print and complete the gift form
Please include the following info on your form: University of Hawai’i Mānoa – School of Medicine, Hawaiʻi 2 Zero
2) Send your gift by check or send your credit card information to:
University of Hawaiʻi Foundation
P.O. Box 11270
Honolulu, HI 96828-0270
3) Checks should be made payable to the University of Hawaiʻi Foundation
* May be tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
For more information, contact Elaine Evans at 808-692-0991 or email@example.com
2016 Update: Hawaiʻi to Zero HIV Cure and Prevention Efforts
Dec 1, 2016, 8AM-12:30PM (World AIDS Day)
UH Kakaʻako Campus, Sullivan Center
Video from the event
Mahalo to UHMED for covering our conference. See the video here!
HAWAII NEWS NOW covers our event here: