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Faith, Hope and Monica

Vintage Gallo

Silence=Deaf

At the End of the Pier

Mourning Becomes Montero

Baby Love

Chris Crossed

Faith Healing

Do Tell

What This Means: Have Mass, Will Travel

Money: Fine Whines

Less is More

POZ Picks: The Complete Bedside Companion

POZ Verse: Fever

At the End of the Pier

Coming soon to a theater near you

Daytime Trauma

Even Good Boys Do Fail

Relishing Our Time

Killing Me Softly

S.O.S.

Obits

Say What

Shalala Infections

The Fraud Squad

Reefer Badness

Brain Gain

Pipeline Dreams

Virtual Activism

Fruit Loops

What's Cookin'?

United Way

La Bomba

War-Torn Nation



Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

Shingles

Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV


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April 1998

United Way

One for all, all for AIDS

Make way NIH, here comes the ARI. The new AIDS Research Institute is the largest AIDS initiative outside of the National Institutes of Health. Calling for a unified and multidisciplinary approach to AIDS research, the University of California San Francisco inaugurated the ambitious "institute without walls" last World AIDS Day, bringing together all existing UCSF AIDS programs under a single umbrella. ARI director Dr. Thomas Coates said the institute plans to pool some 1,000 researchers from scientific streams near and far because "the next generation of answers requires a deeper level of collaboration." The ARI will support a range of initiatives including vaccine research, development of new therapies, prevention science and AIDS policy.

One of its first, the HIV Breakthrough Project, is summoning scientists from a variety of fields to tackle the phenomenon of protease failure. First requested from AIDS activists, the study is examining how protease inhibitors are absorbed and metabolized, as well as the role of drug resistance and viral mutations. It will also help PWAs find better ways to adhere to difficult drug regimens.




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