AHF commends donors for rallying to pledge financial support for Global Fund AIDS Healthcare Base , the largest global AIDS firm, today heartily praised donor countries for rallying to pledge financial support for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria. With a renewed US pledge of $5 billion and several first-time pledges from fresh donor-countries, the Global Fund is already 80 percent toward its $15 billion replenishment goal. Donor country pledges had been announced at, or together with, the Fourth Replenishment of the Global Fund to Battle AIDS, Today Tuberculosis & Malaria Meeting held in Washington. Jorge Saavedra, Global Ambassador for Helps Healthcare Foundation and a previous Global Fund Board Member.The q value is the minimal false discovery rate of which a statistical test result might be called significant. The q ideals were used for multiplicity correction, with a significance threshold of less than 0.20, indicating that any detected correlate may have up to 20 percent potential for false positivity. This process was designed to optimize the discovery of correlates at the expense of an acceptable threat of false positive results. Because of the tiny quantity of infected vaccinees, this study had statistical power to detect just strong correlates of an infection risk, with 80 percent power to detect a 50 percent decrease in the infection rate per 1-SD increment in normally distributed immune responses.