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  • AEGIS Covers a vast range of dependable information of national and international scope. Updated hourly.
  • ACTIS (AIDS Clinical Trials) Provides quick and easy access to information on federally and privately funded clinical trials for adults and children.
  • AIDS Treatment Data Network Treatment education and counseling services for men, women and children with AIDS & HIV are supported by extensive, comprehensive and up-to-date informational databases.
  • CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) National Center for HIV, STD and TB Prevention, Divisions of HIV/AIDS Prevention. Contains news, statistics, general information.
  • Critical Path AIDS Project Founded by Persons With AIDS (PWAs) to provide treatment, resources, and prevention information in wide-ranging levels of detail for researchers, service providers, treatment activists and for other PWAs. Contains many links.
  • Johns Hopkins Aids Service. Includes Expert Question & Answer Forum Designed to provide clinicians and patients the opportunity to draw on the expertise of HIV specialists at Johns Hopkins Medical Center.
  • FHI (Family Health Institute) FHI publications and training materials present comprehensive, accurate information for policy and community leaders, health providers and health educators.
  • HIV and Hepatitis Staff of HIV and Hepatitis.com is a group of individuals closely linked to the communities of people living with HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C virus infection; objective is to create a quality online publication that provides practical, reliable information about treatment and experimental vaccine options for these chronic conditions.
  • HIVInsite Gateway to AIDS knowledge from University of California at San Francisco.
  • InteliHealth Harvard Medical School's Consumer Health Information. Sign up for free weekly HIV/AIDS email, an excellent source of breaking news.
  • National Native American AIDS Prevention Center Provides culturally responsive HIV case management services. Links to many other AIDS/HIV sites for the Native American community.
  • Project Inform At the frontlines in the fight against HIV and AIDS since 1985, Project Inform is a national nonprofit, community-based organization working to end the AIDS epidemic.
  • The Body This site aims to use the Web to lower barriers between patients and clinicians, demystify HIV/AIDS and its treatment, and improve patients'quality of life.

Non-English Language Resources

Arabic

  • Family Health Institute(FHI) FHI publications and training materials present comprehensive, accurate information for policy and community leaders, health providers and health educators. Choose Arabic from the list of languages.

French

  • Family Health Institute(FHI) FHI publications and training materials present comprehensive, accurate information for policy and community leaders, health providers and health educators. Choose French from the list of languages.
  • Aidsnet Swiss AIDS Portal Site designed for people working in HIV/AIDS prevention, people living with HIV/AIDS and all those interested. Service is provided by AIDS Info Docu Switzerland, the Swiss national HIV/AIDS documentation center in Berne.

German

  • Aidsnet.ch Swiss AIDS Portal Site designed for people working in HIV/AIDS prevention, people living with HIV/AIDS and all those interested. Service is provided by AIDS Info Docu Switzerland, the Swiss national HIV/AIDS documentation center in Berne.

Hebrew

  • Jerusalem AIDS Project (JAIP) An independent, international organization with wide experience in professional training related to HIV/AIDS in the Middle East, Asia and Latin America.

Portuguese

  • Massachusetts Alliance of Portuguese Speakers Provides HIV/AIDS outreach and education, HIV counseling and testing, case management and transportation services for clients living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Expert Question & Answer Forums Designed to provide clinicians and patients the opportunity to draw on the expertise of HIV specialists at The Johns Hopkins AIDS Service by posting questions that will be answered online. Click on Portuguese Q&A Forum from Brazil.

Russian

  • Family Health Institute(FHI) FHI publications and training materials present comprehensive, accurate information for policy and community leaders, health providers and health educators. Choose Russian from the list of languages.

Spanish

  • AIDS Action Committee(AAC) New England's oldest and largest AIDS service organization.
  • AIDS Treatment Data Network Treatment education and counseling services for men, women and children with AIDS & HIV are supported by extensive, comprehensive and up-to-date informational databases.
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts HIV/AIDS Bureau Assists in preventing the spread of AIDS and developming cost effective health and support services. Offers publications in a variety of languages including Spanish.
  • Gay Men's Health Crisis Founded in New York in 1981, it is a model for AIDS care, education and advocacy worldwide.
  • HIVInsite Gateway to AIDS knowledge from University of California at San Francisco. Links to AIDS information in Spanish in the U. S. and the Spanish-speaking world.
  • National Women's Health Information Center A project of the Office on Women's Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Numerous fact sheets.
  • Project Inform At the frontlines in the fight against HIV and AIDS since 1985, Project Inform is a national nonprofit, community-based organization working to end the AIDS epidemic.
  • Seattle & King County [Washington] Public Health HIV/STD Program » Información en español
  • The Body Includes the magazine POZ, in Spanish. Its mission includes using the Web to lower barriers between patients and clinicians, demystify HIV/AIDS and its treatment, and improve patients' quality of life.

Polyglot

  • AIDSMap From National AIDS Manual (NAM), a community-based information provider based in the U.K. whose sole aim is to combat the AIDS epidemic through accurate, accessible and up-to-date information. Access AIDS organizations worldwide in English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese.
  • AIDS Treatment News (ATN) International and Multilingual Resources from ATN, a biweekly newsletter published since 1986.
  • American International Health Alliance (AHIA) Multilingual Document Library AIHA establishes and manages partnerships and cross-partnership programs to improve the healthcare of individuals in the former Soviet Union and in Central and Eastern Europe. Search "HIV" or "AIDS" in the box. Order pamphlets written in Albanian, Polish, Russian, Romanian.
  • Canadian Public Health Association Order brochures from the Canadian HIV/AIDS Clearinghouse, in over 100 languages or dialects. The database contains over 16,800 items in a variety of formats. Basic facts about AIDS available in three Inuit languagues (Inuktitut, Ojibway and Swampy Cree).
  • Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS) From the University of California at San Francisco. Fact sheets specific to Asian and Pacific Islanders in English, Tagalog, Chinese.
  • Greater Boston Center for Healthy Communities Resources available only to people living or working in Massachusetts. Print and nonprint material available in Braille, English, French, Haitian Creole, Spanish.
  • Department of Health Information for a Healthy New York. New York State Interagency Task Force on HIV/AIDS.
  • New Mexico AIDS InfoNet From the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. Links to almost 60 non U.S. AIDS sites (including the English-speaking world), in the following languages: French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish.
  • The Body - International Service Organizations and Resources Contains information, ranging from very basic to sophisticated, in the following languages: Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Tagalog, Vietnamese.
  • Asian Community AIDS Services PDF files in Asian Languages.

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