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Why Do You Volunteer, Peter B.?

HVTN volunteer Peter B. on why furthering HIV vaccine research is his personal mission.

Pete__Matt Every two months, Peter B. drives two hours from his home in San Diego, California, to AIDS Research Alliance’s offices in Downtown Los Angeles. It’s a long commute, but for Peter, it’s worth it. AIDS Research Alliance is the only clinical research site in Southern California for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) HIV Vaccine Trial Network (HVTN), and Peter is participating in the trial. Peter’s partner is HIV positive. A... Read More

AIDS Research Alliance Expands

ARA has expanded its clinical program to include other infectious diseases, vaccine, and device trials.

Leo_Lab_250x150 In tandem with AIDS Research Alliance’s relocation to a new state-of-the-art clinic and research facility in Downtown Los Angeles, we have expanded our clinical program to include other infectious diseases, vaccine, and device trials. We are now participating in phase I-IV clinical studies that include, but are not limited to, Hepatitis C, Hepatitis B, Influenza, HPV, and HSV. Our new clinical program will better address the growing problem of co-infection – such as Hepatitis C... Read More

4 Ways to Celebrate Mom & Support ARA

Save on special Mother’s Day gifts, all while supporting ARA.

flowers Mother’s Day is just around the corner—Sunday, May 13, and we want to make it easier than ever for you to honor your mother this year. Whether you want to send her flowers, chocolates, a photograph, or even just a card, ARA has teamed up with We-Care, so that with any of the below purchases, you’ll not only make your mom happy, you’ll also contribute to ARA’s cure research. Read More

What CROI Tells Us About Prostratin

New findings presented at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections support prostratin's viability as a potential HIV/AIDS cure.

CROI-retrovirus Dr. Marisa Briones, AIDS Research Alliance’s Senior Clinical Research Scientist, joined more than 4,000 leading researchers and clinicians from around the world to attend the 19th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) in Seattle. CROI provides a forum for researchers to present laboratory and clinical research designed to help better understand, prevent, and treat HIV/AIDS and its complications. This year, one of the highlights of the conference was HIV latency… Read More

Help Us Win the GlobalGiving Challenge!

Will you support AIDS Research Alliance in its bid to join the GlobalGiving platform?

hands 2012 is a year of new beginnings for AIDS Research Alliance. In the last three months we have expanded our staff by 20%, we have refocused our communications strategies to take full advantage of the power of new media, and we have identified new development strategies to reach a broader, more engaged audience than ever before. A major cornerstone in our new development outreach is an online fundraising platform for nonprofit organizations worldwide called “GlobalGiving.” Read More

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