HIV|AIDS

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) attacks the body’s immune system. Left untreated, HIV can lead to Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) which badly damages the immune system and makes patients vulnerable to other infections.

Resources

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AIDS.gov

An introductory resource to HIV/AIDS.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Provides a concise and scientific overview of the HIV/AIDS basics.

Mayo Clinic

Thorough information about HIV/AIDS by a well-known organization in the medical community.

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Living with HIV/AIDS

U.S. Department of Veterans - An HIV/AIDS resource about living with HIV/AIDS for veterans and the public. Learn More

AIDS.gov - Covers many areas of daily living and health related to HIV/AIDS. Learn More

AIDS.gov - A resource for caregivers helping to support someone living with HIV. Learn More

Community Resources

Health Resources & Services Administration HRSA - A comprehensive list of state HIV/AIDS Hotlines. Learn More

AIDS.gov - Information to help patients connect with each other using social media. Learn More

AIDSinfo - Health information specialists are available by phone, email, and mail to answer questions about HIV clinical trials and treatment. Learn More

Treatment Options

AIDS.gov - An overview of treatment options including all the different HIV drug classes. Learn More

AIDS Clinical Trials Group - A list of studies and a resource for patients looking to enroll in a clinical trial. Learn More

Current Research

AIDS.gov - A comprehensive list of federal agencies involved in HIV/AIDS research. Learn More

AIDS Clinical Trials Group - A list of studies and a resource for patients looking to enroll in a clinical trial. Learn More