Learn about basic and specialized information on HIV-related conditions.
Learn how opportunistic infections can affect individuals with HIV.
Learn about HIV wasting syndrome and other possible body changes in individuals with HIV.
The effects HIV has on an individual’s immune system can increase their risk for other health…
Candidiasis (or thrush) is a fungal infection of the mouth, esophagus and/or vagina. Learn more…
Get access to resources related to heart disease and HIV.
Cryptosporidiosis (crypto) is an illness caused by a parasite that lives in soil, food, and…
In individuals with HIV who have low CD4 counts, cytomegalovirus infection can be extremely…
Individuals with HIV are at higher risk of developing serious flu-related complications,…
Hepatitis B and hepatitis C are liver infections caused by a virus. Find links to resources on…
Find links to resources from different organizations to learn about herpes and HIV.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted disease. HPV is a different…
Having HIV may increase an individual’s risk for getting kidney disease. Learn about kidney…
Learn about treating and preventing liver disease with the following resources from different…
Mycobacterium avium complex usually causes illness only in individuals with very weakened immune…
Learn more about how HIV can affect the nervous system with the following resources.
Find resources related to other HIV-related conditions.
Pneumocystis jirovecii is a fungus that lives in the lungs of many people. Most people'…
Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy is a rare infection that damages the material (myelin…
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs), or sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), are infections…
Learn about how HIV and HIV medications can affect the skin of individuals with HIV.
Toxoplasmosis is a disease caused by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii. Learn more about…
HIV weakens the immune system, increasing the risk of tuberculosis in individuals with HIV.…
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|A Guide for Evaluation and Treatment of Hepatitis C in Adults Coinfected with HIV||Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)|
|AIDS and Opportunistic Infections||Webpage (HTML)||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|AIDS-Related Lymphoma Treatment||Webpage (HTML)||National Cancer Institute|
|AIDS-Related Lymphoma Treatment (PDQ®)||Webpage (HTML)||National Cancer Institute|
|American Sexual Health Association||Webpage (HTML)||American Sexual Health Association|
|Bacterial Vaginosis||Webpage (HTML)||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|Basic TB Facts||Webpage (HTML)||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|British HIV Association Guidelines for the Management of Tuberculosis in Adults Living with HIV||Webpage (HTML)||British HIV Association (BHIVA)|
|Cancers||Webpage (HTML)||The Well Project|
|Candida Infections of the Mouth, Throat and Esophagus||Webpage (HTML)||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|Candidiasis (Thrush)/VA||Webpage (HTML)||U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs|
|Candidiasis and HIV/AIDS Literature Search||Webpage (HTML)||U.S. National Library of Medicine|
|Cardiovascular Disease and HIV/AIDS Literature Search||Webpage (HTML)||U.S. National Library of Medicine|
|Caring for Your Liver||Webpage (HTML)||The Well Project|
|Cervical Cancer||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|Cervical Cancer||Webpage (HTML)||Office on Women's Health|
|Cervical Cancer and HIV/AIDS Literature Search||Webpage (HTML)||U.S. National Library of Medicine|
|Cervical Cancer in Women with HIV||Webpage (HTML)||NAM aidsmap|
|Chlamydia – CDC Fact Sheet||Webpage (HTML)||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|Clinical Information: Molluscum Contagiosum||Webpage (HTML)||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|Cryptosporidiosis Also called: Crypto||Webpage (HTML)||MedlinePlus|
|Cryptosporidiosis and HIV/AIDS Literature Search||Webpage (HTML)||U.S. National Library of Medicine|
|Cryptosporidium Prevention and Control||Webpage (HTML)||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|Cytomegalovirus||Webpage (HTML)||U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs|