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HIV/AIDS treatment

    This is a comprehensive site created by the AIDS Education Global Information System (AEGIS), covering many treatment and health issues. Made possible by grants from reputable organizations such as the National Library of Medicine in the USA, AEGIS bills itself as "the largest HIV/AIDS web site in the world."
    "HIV+ owned and operated" - featuring a medical editor and contributions from writers associated with the American Foundation for AIDS Research (AMFAR).
  • AIDS Treatment News
    This is an internationally recognized treatment newsletter intended for persons living with HIV/AIDS who are looking for information on new therapies. Published twice a month since 1986.
  • The Body: Treatment
    The Body provides information on many treatment issues, including pediatric treatment, traetment for women, and alternative and holistic therapies.
  • Bulletin of Experimental Treatments for AIDS (BETA)
    Published quarterly by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, BETA covers new developments in AIDS treatment research with in-depth articles on treatment for HIV infection and AIDS-related illnesses for HIV positive individuals and their caregivers.
  • The Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE)
    The Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE) is an independent, non-profit community-based organization that began in Toronto and has expanded to offer services in English and French across Canada. Publishes several newsletters, serials, and factsheets.
  • Critical Path AIDS Project
    Based in Philadelphia, Critical Path AIDS Project was founded by persons with AIDS (PWAs) 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 PWAs.
  • HIVInSite: Medical
    Hosted by the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF), the HIVInSite Medical pages offer information on treatment, analysis and medical literature, as well as basic scientific and biological information, including epidemiology and transmission.
  • AIDS Knowledge Base.
  • JAMA HIV/AIDS Treatment Center
    The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) provides information on approved drugs, clinical guidelines, and treatment updates.
  • Project Inform
    Established in 1985 and based in San Francisco, Project Inform is a non-profit organization whose mission is: to provide vital information on the diagnosis and treatment of HIV disease to HIV-infected individuals, their caretakers, and their healthcare and service providers. Operates worldwide.
  • Project Inform Publications
  • San Francisco AIDS Foundation: Treatment Information
    Provides fact sheets on treatment strategies and publishes a variety of treatment education material in English and Spanish.
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