The organization has surpassed the 150,000 patient mark worldwide. AHF is now providing lifesaving health care and/or services to more than 150, 000 sufferers in 21 countries in the US worldwide, Africa, Latin America/Caribbean, the Asia/Pacific Eastern and region Europe. ‘We are proud to reach such a substantial moment in our background of providing services to people coping with HIV and AIDS. We are also humbled and honored to be the chosen provider for the a lot more than 150, 000 patients now inside our care,’ stated Michael Weinstein, President of Helps Healthcare Foundation. ‘AHF was founded in 1987 by a small group of activists as the AIDS Hospice Basis in response to the urgent need to provide hospice providers to patients dying of AIDS on the roads of LA.Lipps Research Fellowship Plan supports nephrology fellows who’ll advance the knowledge of kidney disease and biology. Supported projects include basic and clinical study in adult and pediatric nephrology, immunology and genetics directly relevant to human membranous nephropathy, glomerular diseases and idiopathic focal segmental glomerulosclerosis . The 2013 recipients are: Related StoriesBoston Children's Hospital selects Vijay G. Falk stated. ‘ASN can be delighted to aid this research and foster the professions of the next generation of nephrology investigators. ”This patient’s case may be the first in the community’s collective storage to experienced symptoms that are recognizable, in retrospect, to be those of cholera,’ according to the study,’ CNN’s ‘The Chart’ notes, adding, ‘There is absolutely no lab technique to confirm that this was the first patient to start the epidemic, wrote the authors’ .’ The newspaper adds, ‘Although his family members had clean normal water, the man often walked naked through town to bathe and beverage from the Latem River just downstream from the Meye River, into which raw sewage drained from an encampment of US peacekeepers from Nepal,’ noting, ‘Haiti’s outbreak was of a Nepali stress, and that encampment is definitely the source’ .