KALETRA is used with other anti-HIV-1 medicines to increase the chance of treatment response in people with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1) infection.
HIV Plus is dedicated to providing the latest news on HIV research and treatment breakthroughs as well as expert advice on staying healthy-mind, body, and soul. We also present the stories of people who represent our widely varied readers so that they can relate to, learn from, and apply others’ lessons to their own real-life situations.
Art & Understanding – America’s AIDS Magazine
The mission of Art & Understanding, Inc.’s A&U magazine is to collect, archive, publish and distribute the growing body of art, activism, and current events emanating from the AIDS pandemic. It was created for the HIV-affected community.
CDC-NCHSTP-Divisions of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP)
As a part of its overall public health mission, CDC provides national leadership in helping control the HIV epidemic by working with community, state, national, and international partners in surveillance, research, prevention and evaluation activities.
BodyPositive looks at ways we can feel good in the bodies we have. Remember, your body hears everything you think.
A comprehensive site featuring in-depth information on topics ranging from HIV prevention to state-of-the-art treatment issues, forums, and even humor and culture.
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
Independent philanthropy focusing on the major health care issues facing the nation. Includes fact sheets and publications on state health policy and the uninsured, as well as policy briefs on CHIP.
AVERT – A UK HIV and AIDS Charity
AIDS education for young people, including statistics, history, and stories of people living with HIV.
HIV/AIDS Treatment Information Service
Provides information about federally approved treatment guidelines for HIV and AIDS.
National Prevention Information Network – HIV/AIDS Resources
Presents a guide to the HIV/AIDS section of the CDC National Prevention Information Network Web site www.cdcnpin.org.
The HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB) of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) was formed in August 1997 to consolidate all programs funded under the Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE) Act. The CARE Act was signed into law on August 15, 1990 to improve the quality and availability of care for people with HIV/AIDS and their families. Amended and reauthorized in May 1996, and November 2000 the Act is named after the Indiana teenager, Ryan White, who became an active public educator on HIV/AIDS after he contracted the syndrome. He died the same year the legislation was passed.
Resources from AIDS Action, including information about federal and state appropriations, Medicaid, court cases, and housing.
United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS
Inter-agency project providing information and support services in the fight against acquired immuno-deficiency syndrome.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) HIV/AIDS
News, testing and research data, speeches, and health fraud information.
Johns Hopkins AIDS Service
A resource for physicians and other health care professionals in providing care and treatment to patients with HIV/AIDS.