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To Learn More About AIDS and HIV, You Can Try The Following Sites:

 

HIV/AIDS Information Service
Daily news summary, plus treatment details and a section to keep you abreast of research developments. In Spanish and English.
http://www.hivatis.org/

Journal of the American Medical Association - HIV/AIDS
JAMA offers this resource that has a library, a support center and prevention references.
http://www.ama-assn.org/special/hiv/hivhome.htm

HIV InfoWeb Library
Library of more than 5,000 articles on AIDS covers funding and lists federal contacts. Searchable by keyword and concept.
http://www.infoweb.org/

AIDS.org
Offers the latest AIDS-treatment news, conference listings and a bookstore. Read about the Internet continuing-medical-education courses for HIV.
http://www.aids.org/immunet/home.nsf/page/homepage

HIV InSite - Gateway to AIDS Knowledge
Comprehensive HIV/AIDS resource discusses treatment, prevention and social issues. From the University of California at San Francisco.
http://hivinsite.ucsf.edu/

HIV/AIDS Prevention - Center of Disease Control
Eye a collection of reports on health issues related to HIV and AIDS covering topics like opportunistic infections, contraception and infection.
http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/pubs/mmwr.htm

AIDS Treatment News Archive
Information on new therapies for people living with HIV and AIDS is available in this indexed, searchable directory of reports. Topics addressed include clinical trials, ADAP programs, nutrition and more.
http://www.immunet.org/atn

Am. Assoc. for World Health - World AIDS Day Newsletter
American Association for World Health describes its annual event, World Aids Day, in this newsletter written in 1998.
http://www.aawhworldhealth.org/WAD98/wad98.htm

Children With AIDS Project
Services for children infected and affected by AIDS. Kids can chat online and get support, and adults can read about becoming an adoptive parent.
http://www.aidskids.org/

National Association of People With AIDS
Group gives voice to the thousands of Americans suffering from HIV infection. Find out about the programs or check for events.
http://www.napwa.org/

AIDS Action Committee
Boston organization provides details on its client and educational services. Learn about volunteer opportunities and current HIV treatments.
http://www.aac.org/

 

 

The above sites and descriptions were derived by entering "AIDS" into the search field using http://www.msn.com.  These are only a small handful of the valuable sites on the internet.  I feel that the sites listed above deliver a myriad of beneficial information.  There are far too many sites for me to list them all.  If you feel there is another site that I should add to this listing, please email me at aidsride2001@hotmail.com.