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HIV/AIDS Resource Notes

April, 1999

National Trials Hotline. The AIDS Clinical Trials Information Service provides information on federally sponsored studies (and many others) open to enrollment nationally. Call 1-800-TRIALS-A (1-800-874-2572). 800-AIDS-012 TTY/TTD serves the deaf and hearing impaired. The service also provides free copies of the AmFAR Treatment Directory, which also lists studies conducted by private industry.

National AIDS Hotline. This Hotline operates 24 hours a day and provides referrals to local services throughout the U.S. and information about a wide variety of non-treatment related topics. Call 1-800-342-AIDS (2437). Spanish-speaking operators are available 8am-2am EST at 1-800-344-SIDA (7432). For the deaf and hearing impaired, please call 10am-10pm EST at 1-800-AIDS-TTY (243-7889).

STEP Perspective is a newsletter produced by the Seattle Treatment Education Project. Call 1-800-869-STEP for information on their publications.

WORLD is a newsletter for, by and about women facing HIV disease. WORLD strives to break the isolation of HIV+ women by providing a forum for communication and information of interest to women. For more information call 1-510-986-0340.

AIDS Treatment News
San Francisco
1-800-873-2812

Treatment Issues
Gay Men's Health Crisis
New York
1-212-337-1950


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