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March 20, 2018
"After the first cases of AIDS were reported in 1981 Mathilde Krim recognized the grave consequences that this virus was having and took the lead in research about its transmission and raising awareness. Her PHD in biology provided her the knowledge to become an indispensable part of the quest for some of the earliest HIV AIDS treatments and therapies and led to her being known as a scientist turned activist," said Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal on the Assembly floor during legislative session in remembrance of Mathilde Krim the founding chairwoman of AMFAR, the American Foundation for AIDS Research. (K.935)