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HIV i-Base

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HIV i-Base is a treatment activist group, HIV-positive led and committed to providing timely HIV treatment information both to positive people and to health care professionals.

This includes technical publications like HIV Treatment Bulletin (HTB) and ARV4IDUs (Antiretrovirals for Injecting Drug Users) and non-techical treatment guides on starting and changing treatment, side effects, hepatitis C coinfection and HIV and pregnancy.

i-Base is involved in several community networks, including the UK Community Advisory Board (UK-CAB), the European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG), the European Community Advisory Board (ECAB) and the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) and the AIDS Treatment Activists Coalition (ATAC).

We have also developed close working relationships with NGOs in many different countries in Western and Eastern Europe and Africa. Copyright free i-Base material has been produced in over 40 languages.

We are directly involved in research with INSIGHT network, PENTA network, MRC studies in the UK, Metabolic Oversight Committee and D:A:D studies.

Treatment guides and i-Base authored articles in HTB may be reproduced by NHS, community and not-for-profit organisations without individual written permission and reproduction is encouraged. A credit and link to the original source on the i-Base Web site is always appreciated. All i-Base material remains the copyright of HIV i-Base.

HIV i-Base receives unconditional educational grants from charitable trusts, individual donors and pharmaceutical companies. All editorial policies are strictly independent of funding sources.

HIV i-Base is a registered charity no.1081905 and company limited by guarantee no. 3962064.

How to Reach HIV i-Base

4rd Floor
57a Great Suffolk Street

Phone: +44 (0) 20 7407 8488
Treatment phoneline: 0808 800 6013, Mon., Tues., Wed. 12-4 pm
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7407 8489

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