AIDS Research Alliance

AIDS Research Alliance has helped make HIV/AIDS treatable but, globally8,000 people infected are dying each day while others can lose a third of their life spans. Our research has moved the science forward. We've conducted clinical studies that have contributed to the approval of half of today's HIV/AIDS treatments. Now, we're dedicated to finding a cure and we need your help. Founded in Los Angeles in 1989, we're the first organization to believe it possible to cure a person who is infected with HIV/AIDS. Right now we're developing a new generation of cure-focused treatments. We're also fighting to eliminate infection with the HIV Vaccine Trials Network. We won't stop until we've eradicat...

ARA Staff

ARA Staff
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World AIDS Day 2010, Virginia, United States

World AIDS Day 2010, Virginia, United States
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Miles Viljanen, Research Assistant

Miles Viljanen, Research Assistant
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Leo Borjon, Clinical Research Coordinator at ARA

Leo Borjon, Clinical Research Coordinator at ARA
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ARA staff in the clinic

ARA staff in the clinic
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