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    Vision & Mission, History, Royal Patronage, Organizational Structure, Career

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  • Our Services

    Anonymous Clinic, Men’s Health Clinic, Nutrition Clinic

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  • Research

    Treatment, Prevention, Social Research, HIV Nutrition

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  • Education & Training

    The Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre provides trainings and updates on treatment and care of HIV-infected patients to health care professionals to increase capacity of individuals to provide high quality care to people living with HIV

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  • Social Program

    Adam’s Love, Charity under Royal Patronage, Wednesday Friends’ Club, Wish Your Love

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Condolences to Dr.Lange’s and Ms.Van Tongeren’s families

The Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre today expresses its sincere sadness upon receiving the news that our colleagues and friends en route to attend the 20th International AIDS Conference at in Melbourne, Australia, were on board the Malaysian Airlines MH17 flight that has crashed in Ukraine earlier today.

If you’ve been following the news lately, you may be starting to wonder why anybody ever thought curing HIV was so challenging. On March 3 we heard the news that a child appeared to have been cured. Hard on the heels of that report came the news that 14 individuals in France had been functionally cured. So what do these cases mean? How are they similar, and how do they differ? And importantly for HIV research, where do we go from here?

Let’s treat HIV as a Chronic disease

produced by Chula Med Student awarded as the Contest Winner on Health Campaign at the East Asian Medical Students Conference (EAMSC) 2014 Soul, Korea.

The 17th Bangkok International Symposium on HIV Medicine will take place from 15-17 January 2014 at the Queen Sirikit Convention Centre in Bangkok, Thailand. The event is hosted by the HIV Netherlands Australia Thailand Research Collaboration, Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre.

The HIV Netherlands Australia Thailand Research Collaboration (HIV-NAT) is the largest international HIV clinical research unit within the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre (TRC-ARC). It was established in 1996 as a collaboration between the TRC-ARC, the Kirby Institute of Infections and Immunity in Society/University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia and the Amsterdam institute in Global Health and Development in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. HIV-NAT has been in the forefront in the field of HIV clinical research in Thailand and in the SEA region.


Adam’s Love, Thailand’s first MSM health campaign organized by the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre, continues its success by launching the “We Deserve It” campaign to support all love, promote safe sex, and encourage HIV testing featuring “Ananda Everingham” as the new Campaign Brand Ambassador with “Chaiwat Tob Thongsang”.