Links to many different HIV/AIDS sites on the Internet: www.hivaidssearch.com.
Find HIV-treating doctors and HIV/AIDS service organizations almost anywhere in the country: www.hivfinder.com.
AIDS start page: over 700 links including organizations listed by state and region: www.cbel.com/AIDS.
Basic HIV disease and treatment information, as well as stories of people living with HIV: www.managinghiv.com.
Free educational information on topics like lipodystrophy and blood fat abnormalities: www.freehivinfo.com (click on link for "Free Educational Programs").
Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report (e-mail sign-up also available at Web site): www.kaisernetwork.org/daily_reports/rep_hiv.cfm.
Online library of Webcasts on a variety of HIV-related topics (text transcripts also available): www.healthology.com/focus_index.asp?b=healthology&f=hiv.
Gay Men's Health Crisis, "first in the fight against AIDS," offers treatment information, publications, and advocacy: www.gmhc.org or 800.243.7692.
Don't have Internet access? If you are in the Houston area, remember that The Center for AIDS has 2 computer workstations available to search for information on HIV/AIDS. The workstations are provided by the Houston AIDS Information Link (HAIL). The walk-in information center (1407 Hawthorne) is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Also, consider visiting a local branch of your public library.
This article was provided by The Center for AIDS. It is a part of the publication HIV Treatment ALERTS!. Visit CFA's website to find out more about their activities and publications.