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Useful Resources

November 2001

HIV nutrition resources:

The Moore News Quarterly, a patient-friendly online newsletter from Johns Hopkins AIDS Service.

More information on HIV/AIDS than you can even imagine, plus an extensive "Ask the Experts" area where you can post questions for HIV docs to answer.

An e-mail discussion list for topics relating to lipodystrophy and other metabolic problems in people with HIV. To join, send an e-mail message to with the following three words in the body: "subscribe," "lipidlist," and your e-mail address.

HIV/AIDS Treatment Directory from the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR). or 800.39.amfAR (800.392.6327).

Women Organized to Respond to Life-Threatening Disease (WORLD): a newsletter "by, for and about HIV+ women and their loved ones." or 510.986.0341.

General HIV/AIDS information with sections devoted to nutrition, caregivers, money matters, and more.

The National Association of People With AIDS (NAPWA). or 202.898.0414.

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.

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