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Patient Fact Sheets on HIV
Patient Fact Sheets AIDSinfo - Health Topics (formerly ATIS - HIV/AIDS Treatment Information Service) Organization type: Government [U.S.] What is available: Information on treatments, prevention, women's issues, staying healthy with HIV, and many other topics; Reading level: Patient fact sheets are at a lower reading level, other monographs at a higher reading level. AIDSmeds.com Organization type: For-profit Web site [U.S.] What is available: Extensive fact sheets on HIV therapy, HIV-related conditions, and side effects of HIV therapy. Reading level: Moderate to high Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Organization type: Government [U.S.] What is available: Brochures on HIV/AIDS basics and preventing infections National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
Organization type: Government [U.S.] What is available: Monographs on treatments, vaccines, and prevention. New Mexico AIDS InfoNet (NMAI)
Organization type: Academic medicine-based nonprofit [U.S.] What is available: Fact sheets on HIV/AIDS basics, prevention, treatments, alternative therapies, HIV-related conditions, tests, and accessing services. PDF and Microsoft Word versions available. Reading level: Low to moderate Project Inform (PI)
Organization type: Community-based nonprofit. [U.S.] What is available: Publications on antiviral and immune-based therapies, HIV-related conditions, and special topics. Many PDF versions available. The Well Project Organization type: For-profit Web site [U.S.] What is available: Focus on women's issues. Information on HIV basics, treatments, diseases, conditions, and living well with HIV.