AHF Mourns the Passing of Dr. Charles Farthing

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“It is with profound sadness that I inform you of the death of Charles Farthing, a renowned pioneer in HIV medicine, who served for many years as the AHF Chief of Medicine. During Charles’ tenure, AHF’s medical program grew tremendously in size and stature. He helped to build a medical structure that continues to this day and now covers the globe. Charles presided over the introduction at AHF of the “cocktail” that turned AIDS into a manageable disease. It is difficult to express the shock that is felt across AHF at his untimely death. We offer our heartfelt sympathies to Doug Lui, his spouse, as well as his entire family. We will never forget the invaluable contribution Charles made to the organization that AHF is today. However, we will most of all remember a man with boundless compassion for his patients and an intense interest in advancing HIV medicine.”


Michael Weinstein

AHF President

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