Petroleum Jelly Use Linked to STI Risk

vaseline_200x120 If you are a woman, using petroleum jelly as a lubricant could increase your risk of contracting bacterial vaginosis. One of the first studies on women’s intravaginal product use, conducted here at AIDS Research Alliance and published in the April issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology, indicates that the use of petroleum jelly as a female lubricant is associated with a more-than-twofold increase in a woman’s chances of having bacterial vaginosis. Bacterial vaginosis, a... Read More

NIH Discontinues Vaccinations in HIV Vaccine Study

vaccine_200x120 AIDS Research Alliance (ARA) has discontinued administering the HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN) 505 HIV vaccine candidate, as preliminary data indicate that the vaccine strategy is ineffective. Read More

Dr. David Hardy Joins ARA Board; Brings 30+ Years HIV Experience

Hardy_200x120 AIDS Research Alliance is pleased to announce the addition of a very experienced HIV researcher and physician to our Board of Directors. Dr. David Hardy, the Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and Professor of Medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, has been a supporter of AIDS Research Alliance for many years. As a Board member, he will bring more than 30 years of HIV medical experience—... Read More

Help HIV/AIDS Research; Get Rewarded


filling-a-form1_200x120 You are invited to join an online research study and share your opinion while helping the fight against HIV.  If you agree to participate, you would be asked to complete three surveys over the course of six months.  In addition to the survey, half of the participants will be randomly selected to download a mobile phone application. Read More

Women & AIDS: An Inside Look

Women__AIDS_2x2 Did you know that women account for 50% of the population infected with HIV worldwide? March 10th, National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, is a day of particular importance to us at AIDS Research Alliance as we strive to shed more light on the changing face of HIV/AIDS, and the fact that women are increasingly at risk. In the last year, we have published the stories of two women who are HIV positive Read More

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