Selected Major HIV/AIDS Web Sites
An information gateway to guide users to Federal HIV/AIDS information and resources managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
An official U.S. Department of Health and Human Services site featuring treatment guidelines, information on clinical trials and treatment issues, and links to U.S. government HIV/AIDS resources.
A site featuring a large database of HIV prevention and treatment information for a general audience, as well as a searchable global HIV/AIDS resource directory. Produced by the National AIDS Manual (NAM Publications) in collaboration with the British HIV Association and the International HIV/AIDS Alliance.
- The Body
Community-oriented commercial site with information on prevention and treatment, coverage of major HIV/AIDS conferences, online community discussion threads, and an extensive ask-the-experts feature. Also maintains a companion site,
The Body Pro, with information for health care providers.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) The site of the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention of the CDC's National Center for HIV, STD and TB Prevention. Includes recommendations, guidelines, fact sheets, FAQs, statistics, and materials for prevention and research partners. CDC also maintains the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP), which features Prevention News Updates, reference materials, referral and distribution services for information on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, and tuberculosis; as well as the CDC Division of Global HIV and Tuberculosis.
- Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
A nonprofit organization that develops research and communications programs focusing on major health care issues, including HIV/AIDS. Site features federal spending data, U.S. state HIV/AIDS information, and a daily news service.
- Medscape HIV/AIDS
Commercial medically oriented site featuring coverage of major HIV/AIDS conferences, news feeds, online continuing medical education (CME) courses, and special feature articles.