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 Sort ascending||Type||Source|
|nPEP and HIV/AIDS Literature Search||Webpage (HTML)||U.S. National Library of Medicine|
|inPractice HIV||Webpage (HTML)||Clinical Care Options|
|amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research||Webpage (HTML)||amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research|
|Your Kidneys and How They Work||Webpage (HTML)||National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases|
|Your Guide to HIV Treatment||Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE)|
|Your Gateway to Food Safety Information||Webpage (HTML)||Foodsafety.gov|
|You Can Safely Share with Someone Who has HIV||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|Women of All Ages Can Get HIV||Webpage (HTML)||U.S. Office on Women's Health|
|Women and HIV/AIDS in the United States Fact Sheet||Webpage (HTML)||The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation|
|Women and HIV/AIDS Literature Search||Webpage (HTML)||U.S. National Library of Medicine|
|Women and HIV Testing||Webpage (HTML)||Office on Women's Health|
|Women and HIV||Webpage (HTML)||U.S. Food and Drug Administration|
|Women and HIV||Webpage (HTML)||U.S. Office on Women's Health|
|Women Treatment Guideline Literature Search||Webpage (HTML)||U.S. National Library of Medicine|
|Women Alive||Webpage (HTML)||Women Alive|
|Why are cocaine users at risk for contracting HIV/AIDS and hepatitis?||Webpage (HTML)||National Institute on Drug Abuse|
|Why Overdose Matters for HIV||Webpage (HTML)||Open Society Foundations|
|Who's on Your Team||Infographic||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|Where to Get Tested?||Webpage (HTML)||HIV.gov|
|When to Start HIV Medicines Fact Sheet||Webpage (HTML)||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|What to Start: Choosing an HIV Treatment Regimen Fact Sheet||Webpage (HTML)||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|What to Know About HIV and COVID-19||Webpage (HTML)||Centers for Disease Control and Prevention|
|What is an Opportunistic Infection? Fact Sheet||Webpage (HTML)||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|What is an Investigational HIV Drug? Fact Sheet||Webpage (HTML)||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|
|What is a Therapeutic Vaccine? Fact Sheet||Webpage (HTML)||HIVinfo.NIH.gov|