HIV AIDS Information Portal

A consolidated, single point of access to basic NLM and NIH HIV AIDS sources and topics.

The AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) National Coordinating Resource Center (NCRC)

This website gives information on finding AIDS Education and Training Centers around the country, introduces new AIDS Education initiatives, and offers clinicians information on new drugs.

AIDSinfo Mobile-Index

AIDS Treatment Data Network

Provides patient information on opportunistic infections, treatments, and advocacy.

Being Alive / San Diego

General AIDS/HIV Resource for patients in the San Diego area.

CDC: HIV/AIDS Resources

More information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – National Center for HIV, STD and TB Prevention, Divisions of HIV/AIDS Prevention.

Centers For Disease Control

Clearing house for educational information (mostly provided free). Also gook links to other sites. Extensive database on research, statistics, MMWR, and clinical trial information.

Critical Path AIDS Project–AIDS Treatment Information

The Critical Path AIDS Project was founded by people with HIV/AIDS to provide treatment, resource, and prevention information in wide-ranging levels of detail–for researchers, service providers, treatment activists — but, first and foremost, for other people with HIV/AIDS who often find themselves in urgent need of information quickly and painlessly.

Gay Men’s Health Crisis

Provides “fact sheets” on opportunistic infections and current antiretroviral treatments.

Healthy Roads Media

This site has created a number of new free health materials. There is a set of HIV/AIDS materials in English and French, made possible with the support of the Specialized Information Services Division of theNational Library of Medicine. These short informative education programs on HIV AIDS include disease description, prevention and treatment.

HIV InSite

AIDS Information resource from the University of California San Francisco.

JAMA and Archives, HIV/AIDS

This site features various journal articles that cover a range of topics about HIV/AIDS.

Kaiser Family Foundation

Provices fact sheets for patients on treatments, opportunistic infections and other related information.

Medline Plus

Medline offers a dictionary definition of AIDS and offers links to tutorials about different aspects of the disease-such as alternative therapy and disease management-and is also available in Spanish.

Medscape HIV/AIDS

This website offers easy access to information about resource centers, news, journals, and information from the industry.

National Institutes of Health

Provides information on HIV/AIDS, links to other government health agencies.

A Positive Life

This site offers information about HIV, treating and living with HIV, and information for caregivers and ASOs (AIDS Service Organizations)

Project Inform

Provides patient information on treatments, therapies, and clinical trials. Has “what’s hot” section covering latest treatments and developments in antiretroviral treatments. Produces many “position papers” for patients.

The Body

Provides information on treatments for AIDS related infections and antiretroviral therapies

UCSD AIDS Research Institute

The ARI is a research facility within UCSD; their website offers a chance for community members to donate to the research cause and also offers links to different AIDS affiliates around the country.

La SIDA (AIDS) Bookmarks in Español(Spanish)

PlaneTree en Español

Clinical, Treatment and Research Databases

Community Programs For Clinical Research on AIDS

The Community Programs for Clinical Research on AIDS (CPCRA) is an experienced community-based clinical trials network whose main goal is to obtain evidence to properly inform healthcare providers and people living with HIV on the most appropriate use of available HIV therapies in diverse populations across the spectrum of HIV diseases…

Nat’l Inst of Allergy and Infectious Disease: Div of AIDS

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) conducts and supports basic and applied research to better understand, treat, and ultimately prevent infectious, immunologic, and allergic diseases. For more than 60 years, NIAID research has led to new therapies, vaccines, diagnostic tests, and other technologies that have improved the health of millions of people in the United States and around the world.

The NAMES Project Foundation: The AIDS Memorial Quilt

Founded in 1987, The AIDS Memorial Quilt is a poignant memorial, a powerful tool for use in preventing new HIV infections, and the largest ongoing community arts project in the world. The web site includes information about The NAMES Project Foundation, a guide to making panels for The Quilt, interesting facts about The Quilt, a look at its history and more…

Project Inform Home Page – HIV / AIDS Treatment Information and Advocacy

HIV treatment organization providing a free nationwide treatment hotline, as well as local and national educational meetings.

HIV/AIDS Forums and Support Groups:

Women Organized to Respond to Life Threatening Disease

We offer a variety of services, a few which are specific to women in the Bay Area and others that are inclusive of women throughout the state.

HIV/AIDS Medical News and Newsletters

Reuters Health Information Services

Reuters Health provides daily breaking news coverage of the global pharmaceutical, medical and consumer health sectors. Select “Medical News” and then use the search field to look for news on AIDS, etc.

HSLS Medical & Scientific News Resources

Providing news and announcements in resources like newsletters, lectures, and more.

AIDS Treatment News

Bog and current news on AIDS.

HIV/AIDS Blog Center: Perspectives From the HIV/AIDS Community

Favorite columnists on AIDS topics selected by The