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Aunt Betty’s Legacy

Betty_DC_2x1 In early 2014, the Bentley siblings contacted AIDS Research Alliance to make a donation in honor of their aunt, Betty Jane Ticho. Betty Jane had lived in Pacific Palisades, California for most of her life. In her later years, she came to know two of ARA’s longtime supporters – John Tobias and John Sovella, who were her neighbors. The generosity and kindness they showed Betty at the end of her life inspired her nephew and nieces... Read More





World AIDS Day Concert at The Colburn School 2013: A Recap

WAD_news If you were unable to join us on November 30, 2013 for our annual World AIDS Day Concert at The Colburn School, you missed a moving tribute to the men and women who have lost their lives to this disease, as well as to those who are fighting to stem the pandemic. Over the course of the evening, speakers included LeVar Burton, who noted that part of what motivates him to stay involved with this cause is... Read More





ARA Awarded 3rd Taproot Foundation Grant

taprootlogo 2014 is poised to be a year of growth for AIDS Research Alliance – we are starting the year with a new Chairman of the Board, Dr. W. David Hardy, and with an energetic new research scientist, Dr. Stefanie Homann. With these additions in place, we are embarking on a Taproot Foundation service grant (our third grant from the Foundation) sponsored by JP Morgan Chase for Strategic Planning Preparation. Read More





Moving Ahead: Prostratin Experiments Requested by the FDA

S_Homann_2_400x300 I am happy to report that we have already completed initial experiments requested by the FDA in order to advance prostratin to human trials. We are assessing prostratin’s effects on two different reservoir cell types: T cells and monocytes. Our first experiments gauged which concentrations of prostratin reactivate model system reservoir cells and whether, once prostratin is removed, the reactivated cells stop producing virus. Our results so far have been affirmative. Read More





UCLA CARE’s Kieta Mutepfa Talks About World AIDS Day 2013

kieta-mutepfa In the run-up to AIDS Research Alliance’s World AIDS Day Concert at The Colburn School, we spoke with Kieta D. Mutepfa, MSW, Senior Community Health Program Representative at UCLA’s Center for Clinical AIDS Research & Education (CARE). UCLA CARE is partnering, for the second year, with AIDS Research Alliance to promote this commemorative concert. Here, Kieta talks about ARA’s World AIDS Day Concert, the ongoing UCLA-AIDS Research Alliance partnership, and the role... Read More





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