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AIDS research is ongoing and a massive topic to tackle. There are hundreds of non-profit foundations and organizations around the world dedicated to AIDS research, HIV prevention, and education of the public regarding HIV prevention and treatment. The following is a list of just a few of the organizations that are involved in AIDS research.

The AIDS Research Alliance of America (ARAA) - a national community-based non-profit medical research institution dedicated to seeking a treatment for HIV/AIDS, prevention of new HIV infections and better treatment for people living with the disease. ARAA began in 1989 and has since conducted over 90 clinical trails and pre-clinical trails, including those involving alternative therapies.

AHF (AIDS Healthcare Foundation) is the largest worldwide AIDS organization. AHF provides lifesaving medical care and services to more than 150,000 patients in 21 countries, including Africa, USA, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Asia/Pacific region and Eastern Europe.

AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses, a peer-review scientific journal founded in 1983 that focuses on AIDS and HIV research. It was first known as AIDS Research and changed to its’ current name in 1987. It’s the official journal of the International Retrovirology Association.

The Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to HIV prevention, AIDS research and treatment, education and advocacy of AIDS-related public policies. For more than 20 years, the Foundation for AIDS Research has remained one of the world’s leading organizations dedicated to the AIDS epidemic. They have invested approximately $325 million in support of their mission.

The Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center (ADARC) is a medical research institution dedicated to finding a cure for HIV/AIDS. It is located in New York City and headed by Dr. David Ho, who was the person of the year in TIME Magazine. The ADARC opened in 1991 by the Aaron Diamond Foundation, headed by Irene Diamond, the widow of Aaron Diamond, and also the New York City Department of Health, the Public Health Research Institute and the New York University School of Medicine.


 


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