World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day, held each year on December 1, is an opportunity to celebrate and support global efforts to prevent new HIV infections, increase HIV awareness and knowledge, and support those living with HIV.
Since World AIDS Day was first observed more than 30 years ago, progress to prevent and treat HIV has been extraordinary. HIV medicines are available to help people with HIV live long, healthy lives and prevent HIV transmission. In addition, effective HIV prevention methods, including pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP), are available.
To learn more, browse this World AIDS Day webpage.
The U.S. Government Observes World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day Webpages
HIV-Related Information and Resources from ClinicalInfo
- Federally approved HIV/AIDS medical practice guidelines
- Easy-to-understand HIV-related resources:
- Information on HIV-related drugs
- Searchable database of HIV-related clinical trials
- ClinicalInfo Guidelines, Drug Database, and Glossary apps
ClinicalInfo health information specialists are available to answer your HIV-related questions and help you find information on the ClinicalInfo and infoSIDA websites. Call 1-800-448-0440 for assistance in English or Spanish.
Additional HIV-Related Information and Resources
- AIDSource, from the National Library of Medicine
- Global HIV & Tuberculosis, CDC website
- HIV/AIDS, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases website
- Joint United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) website
- HIV, World Health Organization website