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Bridge HIV is recruiting for a groundbreaking new research study called AMP (Antibody Mediated Prevention).

Antibodies are one of the natural ways the body fights infection but your own immune system usually makes them to fight off bacteria & viruses. The AMP study is a new idea for HIV prevention that is related to what has been done in HIV vaccine research. In traditional HIV vaccine studies, people get a vaccine and researchers wait to see if their bodies will make antibodies against HIV in response. In this study, we will skip that step and give people antibodies (called bNAbs) directly.

Join this new groundbreaking HIV prevention research study!

We're looking for healthy men and transgender people who have sex with men and are HIV-negative and between the ages of 18-50.

If eligible, you will be compensated up to $100 per visit.

Contact us at 415 437 7485 or visit to learn how you can make a difference as a volunteer. We're here to answer any questions you have.

All information is kept strictly confidential. Bridge HIV is a Bay Area based leader in innovative global HIV prevention research.


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  • Must be at least 18

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