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Know Where to Look: Consider the Source When Searching for Information

September/October 2011

If you've just discovered that you're HIV-positive, you might turn to the Internet for help. But if you don't know where to look or whom to trust, you could find yourself confused -- and misinformed. Remember, just because you found something online doesn't make it true or accurate. Always consider the source! Here are some online sources you can trust:


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Operated by NAM, a community-based organization in the United Kingdom, NAM offers informational booklets and more than 100 factsheets. NAM's publications are evidence-based and reviewed by two international medical panels and one panel of people living with HIV.

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