AIDS/HIV - Links and articles about HIV/AIDS.
AIDS Education Global Information System (AEGIS)
The largest HIV/AIDS web site in the world. Includes information on every aspect of HIV from prevention and treatment to research and legal information.
AIDS Glossary Of Medical and Statistical Terms
Comprehensive listing of terms related to HIV/AIDS.
AIDS Info BBS Database
Comprehensive database of articles, periodicals, and other resources on AIDS.
AIDS Research Information Center
On-line AIDS medical encyclopedia.
AIDS Research Institute at University of California San Francisco (UCSF)
Provides links to UCSF programs including clinical and research studies, virology programs, clinical trials, and others.
Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS)
Prevention site by UCSF AIDS Research Institute. Includes several HIV/AIDS- related fact sheets. Includes Spanish content.
Comprehensive and reliable information on HIV/AIDS treatment, policy, research, epidemiology, and prevention from the University of California, San Francisco.
AIDS-HIV Internet Resource Center
An online health resource guide to medical news, articles and information, newsgroups and message boards, disease-related websites, and medical directories and search engines for patients, friends, and family coping with disabling diseases, disorders, or chronic illness.
American Social Health Association (ASHA)
The American Social Health Association's mission is to stop sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and their harmful consequences to individuals, families, and communities. Produces information on HIV/AIDS and STDs including educational materials, newsletters, and other resources.
Information on telephone hotline services, including the CDC National AIDS Hotline, CDC National STD Hotline, National Herpes Hotline, FIRST STEP Hotline (Maternal and Child Health), and the Health Check Hotline (Children's Health).
Antiviral Agents Bulletin
The only periodical specializing in antiviral therapeutics and vaccine development and related activities worldwide. The Bulletin covers all antiviral therapeutics, but the largest portion of news articles, patents, etc., concern HIV and AIDS-related antiviral drugs and vaccines.
Ask NOAH (New York Online Access to Health) About AIDS
NOAH seeks to provide high quality full-text health information for consumers that is accurate, timely, relevant, and unbiased. NOAH supports English and Spanish.
Information about education to prevent HIV infection, information for HIV positive people, and the latest news and statistics.
Large on-line source for HIV/AIDS information. Includes Spanish content.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Send questions or comments on specific public health topics to CDC's individual centers, institute, and offices; download CDC publications, news releases, and research information; and access the home page of CDC's National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention.
CDC: CDC En Español
CDC En Español is not a translation of the English language web site but is tailored to Hispanic/Latino populations. It provides health related information to the Hispanic/Latino professional and to the Spanish speaking/oriented community in general.
CDC: Divisions of HIV/AIDS PreventionThis website offers a wide range of HIV/AIDS topics including: basic science, surveillance, prevention tools, training tools, basic statistics, brochures, fact sheets, slide sets, conference information, and much more. This site is frequently updated with new information and is an excellent resource for those involved in HIV/AIDS work.
CDC: National Prevention Intervention Network (NPIN)
The CDC National Prevention Information Network's services are designed to facilitate the sharing of HIV/AIDS, STD, and TB resources and information. NPIN provides information on disease prevention and focuses on the link between HIV, STDs, and TB. NPIN produces several video teleconferences on HIV/STD/TB annually. NPIN also produces fact sheets that provide an overview of important issues related to disease prevention, including surveillance, targeted prevention efforts in at-risk communities, and CDC prevention strategies. Updates often accompany an important report or journal article and supply additional information about a topic.
CDC: Prevention Guidelines Database (CDC WONDER)
A comprehensive compendium of all of the official reports, guidelines, recommendations, and public health data published by the CDC for the prevention of diseases, injuries, and disabilities.
CDC: Public Health Training Network (PHTN)
Distance learning opportunities sponsored by CDC and other PHTN partners, including satellite broadcasts, video streaming, audio conferences, and other meetings of interest.
Harvard AIDS Institute
Dedicated to conducting and catalyzing research to end the worldwide AIDS epidemic. Includes info on research, the Institute and other related sites.
HIV/AIDS Anti-Stigma Initiative
The AED Center for AIDS and Community Health is working towards providing a baseline of understanding on the available research and literature on stigma, combining what is known domestically with what is known internationally, with programmatic approaches to combat HIV/AIDS-related stigma.
HIV and Hepatitis
Online publication that provides practical, reliable information about treatment and experimental vaccine options for these chronic conditions.
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)
HIV/AIDS Resource Center - JAMA's HIV/AIDS Resource Center is an interactive collection of resources for physicians, other health professionals, and the public. Included are links to clinical updates, news, and information on a broad range of social and policy questions relating to HIV/AIDS.
Kaiser Family Foundation
Daily HIV/AIDS Report - Resource for HIV/AIDS/STDs information including health policy information, media programs, reproductive health, sex education, adolescent sexual health, children's health, talking with kids, teens, and more. Receive Kaiser Family Foundation health policy news headlines, the Kaiser Daily Reproductive Health Report, Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report, Kaiser Health Information Network Web cast notifications, and Kaiser Family Foundation publications. In addition, customized updates let you know when new information is posted to the site.
A multi-year media campaign encompassing the creation and dissemination of information about the HIV virus and its prevention through television, radio, outdoor, online and print media. The mission: To use the power of media to educate and compel people to act-to protect themselves and to get tested for the virus-and to erase the stigma for those afflicted. Created by Viacom and the Kaiser Family Foundation.
POZ magazine gets information to HIV positive persons for whom it could extend or improve the quality of their lives.
San Francisco AIDS Foundation
Disseminates information about HIV/AIDS.
Test Positive Aware Network (TPAN)
TPAN publishes both the nationally distributed "Positively Aware," a bi-monthly journal, and "TPANow," a monthly publication. TPAN also provides services to the broader community to increase HIV knowledge and sensitivity, and to reduce the risk of infection.
World Health Organization (WHO)
HIV/AIDS Topics - Information on HIV and AIDS worldwide from the World Health Organization.
Yahoo! Health: AIDS/HIV
Search Yahoo! for AIDS/HIV resources.
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