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August 1st Recast as “Donate (the cost of) a Chicken Dinner” Day

Sarah_Cantor__Brian_2x1.5 Sometimes adversity is a blessing in disguise. It strengthens resolve. When Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee announced that August 1st, 2012 would be “Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day,” in support of the company whose president had gone on record against gay marriage, Brian Real and his girlfriend Sarah Cantor decided they would use the day, and the attention on gay rights, for good. Read More

ARA’s Summer-Savings Shop!

AUG-mainimage Craving a wardrobe update, or still looking for that perfect summer get-away? With these deals, you can earn a donation for AIDS Research Alliance when you make an online purchase, at no extra cost to you. Help advance our mission of an AIDS-free generation when booking your summer vacation, shopping for a new swimsuit, going to the movies, or ordering flowers. Read More

Summer Soirée for a Cure

fremontpl AIDS Research Alliance will host its annual fundraiser on Sunday, September 9, 2012 from 5pm to 8pm in Los Angeles’ historic Fremont Place. We hope you will join us for an evening of live music, flamenco dancing, cocktails and tapas—all benefiting AIDS Research Alliance’s cure research. To date, ARA has completed all but the last four in vitro prostratin experiments in our lab necessary to begin the remaining in vivo experiments. With your support, we... Read More

Truvada Approved by the FDA for Prevention: The Pros & Cons

Truvada_200x150 We have seen real progress over the past several weeks in HIV testing and prevention. The FDA approved the OraQuick test earlier this month, which means that individuals will soon be able to test themselves for HIV in the privacy of their own homes. In addition, the FDA approved Gilead’s Truvada as an HIV prevention drug. Despite the progress both approvals represent, they have been met with some reservations. In the case of Truvada,... Read More

Brazilian Consul General Meets with ARA Scientific Team

Brazilian_Consul_General_200x150 Worldwide, 34 million people are currently living with HIV. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), only 19 million of those 34 million – or a little over half—have access to the antiretroviral therapy (ART) they need. One obstacle to treating everyone is cost. In the United States, a single lifetime supply of antiretroviral therapy has been estimated to cost $600,000. But there is one country in the world that has made a point of providing antiretroviral therapy to... Read More

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