Leaving the City Council gave me the opportunity to pivot my focus to a smaller number of very significant issues, especially AIDS in the United States, India, and Africa. We revived the non-profit Boston Human Rights Institute, renaming it Search For A Cure, which focused on dealing with the AIDS epidemic. In the United States, we concentrated on accelerating research as well as the way that companies priced drugs. In India, we helped put together a non-profit AIDS foundation which resulted in countrywide educational movies on HIV protection, and raising awareness in general. In Africa, we focused on treatment. This was particularly so in Malawi, where we secured the largest grant to fight AIDS of any country in the world, structuring and funding their test-and-treat program. This book explores my post-electoral career on these and other issues.