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AIDS Research Alliance is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, every gift, large or small, is tax-deductible and moves our research forward.
Please join us as we strive to realize an HIV-free generation. Please support our work. Thank you.

We won’t stop until we’ve eradicated HIV/AIDS

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Click on the different sections of tubes below to read about experiments completed and pending:

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Vote 4 more towards a cure.

With $250,000, AIDS Research Alliance will be able to complete 4 pending experiments towards our cure strategy, prostratin. Learn more about these experiments by clicking on the 4 above.

Please vote for AIDS Research Alliance in the Chase Community Giving challenge, Sept. 6-19, and vote 4 more towards a cure.

If you’re a Chase customer: 1. Go online to chasegiving.com. 2. Sign in. 3. Vote for AIDS Research Alliance. 4. Share with/tell all your friends!

If you’re voting on Facebook: 1. Like Chase Community Giving. 2. Allow the app access to your account. 3. Vote for AIDS Research Alliance. 4. Share with/tell all your friends!

Meet our advocates:

LeVar Burton

LeVar Burton asks you to vote for AIDS Research Alliance in the Chase Community Giving challenge.

Josh

Josh lives in Nashville, Tennessee. He learned he was HIV+ in January 2012. He founded imstilljosh.com, an inspirational blog that tells us his story: he is HIV+ but he is still Josh!

Dr. Grace Aldrovandi

Dr. Grace Aldrovandi is a physician and scientist at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, as well as a Professor of Pediatrics and a Professor of Pathology, Molecular Microbiology and Immunology at the Keck School of Medicine at USC.

Vaughn

Vaughn is one of the longest living HIV survivors on the planet. He lives in Maryland with his wife and two children. He is a father, husband, athlete, and author, among many other things.

Caleigh

Caleigh is a member of the AIDS Research Alliance Community Education & Outreach team. She recently graduated from USC with a master’s degree in public health.

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Miles

Miles is a member of the clinic and the Community Education & Outreach team at AIDS Research Alliance. He plans to attend medical school.

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