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World AIDS Day 2013: A Conversation with Producer Ross Jutsum, D.M.A.

Ross_Jutsum_220x120 On Saturday, November 30, 2013, AIDS Research Alliance will celebrate World AIDS Day by hosting a free commemorative concert at The Colburn School. This will be the second edition of ARA’s World AIDS Day Concert, but the first time that conductor and musical producer Dr. Jutsum will produce the program. Read More





Dr. W. David Hardy to Lead ARA as New Chairman of the Board

Dr_Hardy_220-120 AIDS Research Alliance is pleased to announce that Dr. W. David Hardy, Clinical Professor of Medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and formerly the Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, has officially accepted the role of Chairman of the Board of AIDS Research Alliance. Read More





AIDS Is Not Over

Screen_shot_2013-09-05_at_11.20.11_AM Hear from our CEO Carolyn Carlburg why we need a cure for HIV/AIDS - now, more than ever. Read More





From the Trenches and Back: This is My Story

John-Paul_Valdez My name is John-Paul Valdez, and I am HIV positive. When I was first diagnosed with HIV, there was only one available anti-HIV drug and almost no clinical trials being offered. My doctors advised me to “get my affairs in order” because my T-cell count was so low that I had developed nearly a dozen different opportunistic infections. Read More





We Have Not Won the War

Kenneth_Zabel_2x1 It is still happening: Americans are dying of AIDS. Just two weeks ago, we at AIDS Research Alliance received a business-sized envelope, posted with an “Equality Forever” stamp, and hand-addressed to our office. Inside was a birthday card that we had sent to one of our clinical trial volunteers - Kenneth Lee Zabel, and folded with it was a printout of his obituary: Read More





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