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Think again about AIDS.

We still need your financial support.

The AIDS Research Institute at UCSF, with more than 50 constituent programs across the campus and around the world, has changed the course of the disease. Our comprehensive plan encourages innovation and stimulates multidisciplinary collaboration among UCSF scientists focused on one goal: to end the AIDS epidemic.

Each year, advances made here at UCSF help more and more people challenged by HIV disease rediscover the happy prospect of living longer, healthier lives. Yet, the epidemic is still ravaging people in places where prevention and treatment are simply unavailable.

We all know that inaction is a deadly mistake. The evidence has never been stronger that action against HIV/AIDS brings positive results. Your support ensures that these positive results will come to fruition. Please consider a gift to the ARI Breakthrough Fund to help speed our progress.

Click to make a gift to the AIDS Research Institute at UCSF online using your VISA, MasterCard, or American Express. You may make a gift in memory of someone who has died or to honor someone on a special occasion. An automatic confirmation of your gift will be sent to the email address you provide, and a receipt for tax purposes will follow in the mail.

UCSF Donor Newsletter Features the Work of the ARI

A recent issue of the university's Development and Alumni Relations newsletter Catalyst features the work of the AIDS Research Institute and the 25-year history of AIDS research and care at UCSF. You may view the two-page special section here.
Contact us if you would like to receive a copy.

For additional information, please contact
Evan Kavanagh, Development Director
Phone: 415-514-1137
Email: evan.kavanagh@ucsf.edu

Or mail your check to:
The Breakthrough Fund
AIDS Research Institute at UCSF
PO Box 45339
San Francisco CA 94145-0339


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