Living with HIV or AIDS can be overwhelming and difficult. We hope you find these resources for patients with HIV or AIDS helpful.
AIDS Info – US Department of Health and Human Services
This government run site provides information on HIV prevention and treatments, including detailed information on medications and clinical trials. There is also information on living with HIV and clinical research.
This for-profit company is part of The HealthCentral Network, Inc. The website provides information on HIV/AIDS, testing, treatment, prevention, coping and more. Get expert views on a wide range of subjects, including input from physicians. Connect with others through a variety of themed blogs. Information is available on-line in Spanish.
This government website offers a wealth of information for HIV patients. Learn about HIV basics, including symptoms, trends, testing and prevention. Locate clinics for testing and access a PrEP provider database to find a doctor near you. The site also provides information about government policies and funding. Information is available in 16 languages.
Smart + Strong
This for-profit company operates health focused websites and publishes magazines directed to people living with HIV/AIDS. They are the parent company of POZ Magazine, POZ.com, AIDSmeds.com, Real Health Magazine and RealHealthMag.com (for African-American patients), and TuSalud Magazine and TuSaludMag.com (for Latino patients). These websites and magazines cover a wide variety of HIV/AIDS topics, including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options, side effects, finding a doctor and finding support. Opportunities for connecting with other patients are available through social networking tools including 24/7 on-line forums, one-on-one mentoring, blogs and more.