Give To Our HIV/AIDS Clinic

by AIDS Research Alliance

Summary

AIDS Research Alliance helped to make HIV/AIDS treatable by contributing to half the treatments available today. We adhere to the highest standards in ethical research. In order to advance research and help those affected by the virus, we need proper equipment. This project will provide new technology to researchers to conduct clinical studies, and help find a cure. ARA exists to develop a cure for HIV/AIDS, medical strategies to prevent new infections, and better treatments for people with HIV.
$4,274
total raised
30
donors
0
monthly donors
3
years active

Challenge

Research for a cure for HIV/AIDS requires advanced laboratory equipment. Providing each patient with a sterile environment and safe equipment is critical to ARA's mission and the work we do. As science advances and technologies change, ARA must update and replace laboratory equipment.

Solution

The equipment funded by this project will provide researchers with the tools necessary to conduct experiments that contribute to the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Long-Term Impact

The research ARA conducts advances HIV/AIDS science and the search for a cure for the disease. HIV/AIDS affects individuals and families in communities around the world. Imagine what a cure could do.

Resources

ARA Website
Dr. Brown on NBC4 News March 4, 2013

Organization Information

AIDS Research Alliance

Location: Los Angeles, CA - USA
AIDS Research Alliance
Project Leader:
Emma Brownell
Los Angeles, CA, United States

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