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Project Inform's
Martin Delaney to Be Honored, June 19 in S.F.

Project Inform's
Martin Delaney to Be Honored, June 19 in S.F.

Project Inform announced it will honor Martin Delaney for his 23 years of leadership in the fight against HIV and AIDS in San Francisco on the evening of June 19.

Project Inform announced it will honor Martin Delaney for his 23 years of leadership in the fight against HIV and AIDS in San Francisco on the evening of June 19. The event will be held at the Green Room in the San Francisco War Memorial Building.

Delaney is the founder of Project Inform, a prominent nonprofit AIDS service agency. Delaney led Project Inform from its formation in 1985 until January of 2007.

Delaney has been a key figure in helping to bring effective HIV treatments to market. He is a leader of the movement to accelerate FDA approval of promising drugs and was a key player in the development of today's widely used Accelerated Approval regulations and Parallel Track system for providing experimental drugs to seriously ill people preceding formal approval by the Food and Drug Administration.

"The June 19 event represents a great opportunity for the community to recognize Marty for his role in advancing HIV treatment, as well as in educating hundreds of thousands of people living with HIV about how and when to best address HIV infection," said Dana Van Gorder, executive director of Project Inform, in a press release for the event.

Information about the June 19 event honoring Delaney is available by calling (415) 558-8669 ext. 211 or e-mailing Henry Lucero at hlucero@projectinform.org. (The Advocate)

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