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    AIDSinfo is a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) project that offers the latest federally approved information on HIV/AIDS clinical research, treatment and prevention, and medical practice guidelines for people living with HIV/AIDS, their families and friends, health care providers, scientists, and researchers. (Informacion del VIH/SIDA, en Espanol.) - 25-Sep-2006 - Hits: 91 - Rate This | Details
    AIDSmeds, founded and operated by people with HIV. Join the AIDSmeds Community Forums. Read the HIV Blogs, online diaries written by individuals living with HIV. Create a graph tracking your lab results. - 8-Oct-2006 - Hits: 80 - Rate This | Details
    Bulletin of Experimental Treatments for AIDS
    BETA, the Bulletin of Experimental Treatments for AIDS, covers new developments in HIV/AIDS treatment and research. BETA includes in-depth articles on treatment for HIV infection and AIDS-related illnesses for HIV positive individuals and their caregivers. It is published biannually in English and Spanish by the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.

    Bolet�n de Tratamientos Experimentales Contra el SIDA contiene informaciones sobre el desarrollo de nuevos tratamientos para el SIDA. Se publica por la Fundaci�n anti-SIDA de San Francisco. La edici�n en espa�ol se publica trimestralmente en los meses de febrero, mayo, agosto y noviembre, y presenta art�culos escrito para las personas VIH positivas y las personas que les proveen servicios de salud. Varios n�meros contienen Informes Breves, Notas de Investigaci�n, Mujeres y VIH y un glosario extensivo. - 8-Oct-2006 - Hits: 94 - Rate This | Details
    HIV InSite
    HIV InSite is a source for comprehensive, in-depth HIV/AIDS information and knowledge. The site has an extensive collection of original material, including the HIV InSite Knowledge Base, a complete textbook with extensive references and related links organized by topic. Unlike many commercially oriented sites, HIV InSite's policy is to link to the best of the Web, and thousands of links to external Web sites are incorporated into the site's original content. It is the policy of HIV InSite to allow free, anonymous access to all of the site's content. - 25-Sep-2006 - Hits: 85 - Rate This | Details
    Housing Works
    Through our advocacy offices in New York City, Albany, Washington D.C., Mississippi and abroad in Haiti and Puerto Rico, Housing Works fights for funding and legislation to ensure that all people living with HIV/AIDS have access to quality housing, healthcare, HIV prevention information and other life-sustaining services, as well as legal protections from stigma and discrimination.

    While Housing Works fights in particular for the inclusion and dignity of marginalized people, including active drug users, homeless people and sexual minorities, they advocate on behalf of all people living with AIDS and HIV, whatever their circumstances and wherever they live. - 8-Oct-2006 - Hits: 79 - Rate This | Details
    National AIDS Housing Coalition
    The National AIDS Housing Coalition (NAHC) believes that persons living with HIV/AIDS have a fundamental right to decent, safe, affordable housing and supportive services.

    Check out NAHC online resources links for both public and private organizations dedicated to helping persons infected with HIV/AIDS and hurt by Katrina. - 25-Sep-2006 - Hits: 79 - Rate This | Details
    PAWS: Pets are wonderful support
    PAWS Web site contains information about zoonotic diseases (those that can be transmitted from animal to human) and nformation about the variety of support animals which provide assistance to people with disabilities.

    For low-income San Francisco residents with HIV/AIDS and other disabling illnesses and their animal companions, PAWS provide the following services: dog walking, in-home cat care, animal fostering, food delivery to home clients, staffing of our weekly food bank, transporting animals to vets and groomers, offering veterinary, grooming services, and counseling and advocacy services for disabled pet guardians having housing difficulties as a result of their pet/s. - 8-Oct-2006 - Hits: 95 - Rate This | Details
    Project Inform
    Informs people living with HIV, their caregivers, and their healthcare and service providers about the treatment and monitoring of HIV disease;

    Advocates to facilitate research towards a cure and appropriate policies, legislation and funding for HIV research, treatment and care; and

    Inspires people to make informed choices, take effective action in the fight against HIV and choose hope over despair. - 8-Oct-2006 - Hits: 81 - Rate This | Details
    The AIDS Library
    The AIDS Library serves the community through delivery of information on HIV, such as treatments, nutrition, and history of the pandemic, and referrals to regional and national resources. This information is provided through a variety of media including books, periodicals, medical journals, videos, audio cassettes, cd-rom, and the Internet. All materials may be viewed in the comfort of the library and most books and videos may be loaned to those with a free AIDS Library borrower card.

    The AIDS Library provides free computer access to the librarys Online Resources, the Library Catalog, the Internet, and word-processing, and offers one-to-one computer tutorials. The librarys web site offers an easily accessible, 24-hour online resource for HIV information and services. In addition, the AIDS Library regularly hosts events on HIV related issues.

    At the AIDS Library, you will find professional librarians who are there to assist you in your search for information about HIV in a setting that is both comfortable and private. - 8-Oct-2006 - Hits: 93 - Rate This | Details
    The Body: The Complete HIV/AIDS Resource Top Rated
    The best HIV/AIDS resource on the Web. With over 600 topic areas, search the database of articles, facts, links to organizations, artistic expression, spirituality, activism, and international facts about HIV and AIDS.

    The Body connects you with others:
    (1) Get leading experts' views on the range of subjects and ask questions using "Ask the Experts" forum.
    (2) With the "Inspiring Stories" forum you can read first-person profiles of courage and determination of people affected by HIV/AIDS.
    (3) Community Center bulletin board forum for support. - 25-Sep-2006 - Hits: 103 - Rate This | Details