HIV Source is a portal for HIV-related information (web pages, PDF documents, infographics) from within and outside the federal government. The portal contains information on HIV and AIDS, HIV-related medical conditions, opportunistic infections that can affect people living with HIV, resources and policies from the US government or other governments, resources from organizations around the world and private organizations, access to health care and HIV treatment, and much more. Resources are available in English and Spanish.
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HIV and AIDS Resources
|Title||Type Sort descending||Source|
|HIV and Birth Control||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|Therapeutic HIV Vaccines Infographic||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|Three Things to Know about HIV Treatment||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|Antiretroviral Therapy What Does It Do?||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|HIV Drug Resistance||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|You Can Safely Share with Someone Who has HIV||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|HIV Discordant Couples||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|Slideset: Occupational Exposure to HIV, HCV, HBV||Infographic||AIDS Education & Training Center Program National Coordinating Resource Center|
|Patient Self-Management Infographic||Infographic||AIDS Education & Training Center Program National Coordinating Resource Center|
|Living with HIV Infographics||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|PrEP vs. PEP||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|Is Clinical Research Right for Me?||Infographic||National Institute on Aging|
|HIV and Aging Infographic||Infographic||AIDS Education & Training Center Program National Coordinating Resource Center|
|Who's on Your Team||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|AETC Infographics||Infographic||AIDS Education & Training Center Program National Coordinating Resource Center|
|Protecting Baby from HIV||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|HIV & Mood Disorders||Infographic||AIDS Education and Training National Coordinating Resource Center|
|FDA Approval of HIV Medicines: A Timeline||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|HIV and Mood Disorders Infographic||Infographic||AIDS Education & Training Center Program National Coordinating Resource Center|
|Tuberculosis (TB) Infographics||Infographic||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|HIV/AIDS: What's the Difference?||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|Pets and People with HIV, Infographic||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|Addressing the Needs of Black Women in HIV Prevention in the U.S. Infographic||Infographic||AIDS Education & Training Center Program National Coordinating Resource Center|
|Tips for HIV Treatment Regimen Adherence||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|