Guide to Hepatitis C for People Living With HIV
Testing, Coinfection, Treatment and Support
The following web links include excellent resources for further information.
Treatment Action Group (TAG)
TAG is an HCV/HIV/TB activist group based in New York that reports new data on the epidemiology and natural history of HCV/HIV coinfection and the development of new treatments. TAG works with drug companies, government agencies, researchers, and other treatment activists. TAG also educates members of the HIV community about coinfection with HIV and hepatitis C.
National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Program (NATAP)
NATAP publishes a 40-page HCV/HIV coinfection handbook (last edition, Summer 2005) and other publications that use non-technical language to share detailed information on most important aspects of coinfection. See www.natap.org/2005/publications/ver5final.pdf.
HIV and Hepatitis.com
Many HIV organizations and websites cover reports from these meetings, including NAM (www.aidsmap.com), HIVandHepatitis.com (www.hivandhepatitis.com), HIV i-Base (www.i-base.info), and NATAP (www.natap.org).
This article was provided by Treatment Action Group. It is a part of the publication Guide to Hepatitis C for People Living With HIV.