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A weekly report released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Department of Health and Human Services. Data for the periodically released MMWR are based on weekly reporting of the CDC.
The site is provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It is an information site regarding HIV/AIDS clinical tests, vaccines, medicine and medical care.
The centers provide multilateral education and training programs targeting medical professionals engaged in HIV/AIDS, with fund control by the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration.
One of the constituent bodies of the AETC; the UCSF serves as its parent organization. It aims at improving care for patients with HIV/AIDS by providing health personnel with education and professional advice.
The network was established by the AIDS division at the NIAID in 1999 with the objective of developing and testing HIV vaccines.
One of the biggest AIDS support organizations in the U.S., established in 1982. It provides direct services for over 10,000 HIV/AIDS patients residing in Los Angeles County.
This HIV/AIDS information site is provided by Johns Hopkins University. It has a wealth of resources for medical doctors and health personnel.
Website operated by the HIV Information Center of UCSF. It has a variety of information combining general and professional information on HIV/AIDS medical care and prevention.
This site provides information regarding the latest research and medical care at the NYU AIDS Research Center. It also posts such information as basic knowledge about HIV.
Website provided by the ACTU at Tulane School of Medicine.
Website provided by the ACTU at North Caroline University. It introduces clinical testing and Q&A on basic knowledge and an easy glossary.
Database, which indicates gene variations in cases where the HIV possesses drug resistance, provided by Stanford University. Lists depicting drug resistance genes by medical agents can be accessed. When genetic codes are input, the database shows whether the gene is drug resistant or not.
Some educational universities cooperate to create the site. Through PowerPoint and PDF materials, it introduces ways of preventing mother-to-child transmission, child rearing and medical care for parents and children who are infected with HIV. It also posts information about clinical tests preventing mother-to-child transmission.
The site is provided by the AIDS Prevention Center at California University. It introduces a variety of basic and clinical studies and preventive intervention programs.
The site is provided by the AIDS branch of the Brown Medical School. It posts studies and clinical tests for researchers and clinical doctors. As of 2002, 24,070 patients infected with HIV/AIDS were said to exist in state prisons in the U.S. The organization provides support programs for them.
The center conducts a variety of training programs for all medical personnel engaged in HIV/AIDS activities within the boundaries of Florida State.
This AIDS education and training center is affiliated with the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in the Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases.
It is the AIDS training and education center located in Midwest of the U.S. It introduces educational programs for health care providers and medical personnel for people infected with HIV. AIDS education and training centers (AETCs) are established in every region throughout the U.S.
This AETC is for minorities. It introduces programs for fostering supporters and medical personnel to provide better support by focusing on the distinctive challenges that minority groups face.
CFAR has an extensive network with various other universities.
This NPO has been supported by continuing medical education (CME) programs for clinical doctors since 1992. It includes online programs in which participants can receive training at diversified levels, with diversified objectives and durations, and new knowledge and complex care management through case studies.
The association was established in 1995. The same articles posted on the site can be read in monthly magazines.
This is the official site posted by the 16th International AIDS Conferences. Next conferences will be held in Toronto, Canada.
This is the official site operated by the Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy.
This institution is composed of professionals engaged in HIV medical treatment and care. It has over 1,600 members. Information including HIV/AIDS related conferences and societies, latest medical care and employments can be found.
This site carries a variety of research papers and the latest news regarding medical care and anti-HIV drugs.
The society is a body for Australian medical personnel established in 1990. Members (subject to fees) can receive the latest information through e-mail and magazines. It provides such educational programs as training, workshops and seminars. Books, CDs and videos published by the ashm can be ordered online or via fax.
Monogram is a company that conducts HIV drug resistance tests. Viewers of the site can access its reviews.
Tibotec is a company that is an affiliate of Virco, which conducts HIV drug resistance tests (phenotype). The site posts information about drug resistance, etc.
This is a site provided by The Body. It provides detailed information such as targeted persons and testing methods.
This is the website provided by Roche’s testing and diagnosis branch. It outlines HIV-RNA testing.
The website is operated by Abbott, a company that developed and has been marketing such anti HIV drugs as Norvir and Kaletra.
This is a website provided by AIDS research branch at the National Institute of Health (NIH) of the U.S. The body has been developing new research reagents and medicines. The site is for researchers.
The laboratories conduct a variety of research in the field of medicine. They conduct phenotype tests regarding HIV and post abstracts.
The site distributes mail news regularly. Registration is free of charge.
Registration (free of charge) is required. The institute distributes important and cutting-edge research data in various fields other than HIV.
Registration (free of charge) is required. Readers can select topics of interest.
The information is posted in English, French, Spanish, Russian and Arabic.
The site is operated by the NPO called AIDS.ORG, which provides information about preventive and educational activities.
This is an information site for medical personnel and persons with infection.
This is for medical personnel. Login registration is required. After registration, information and newsletters are distributed to its members through e-mail.
This is for oral care personnel.
This information distribution site was initiated via the Bulletin Board System (BBS). It posts the latest news and a wealth of detailed information on HIV/AIDS.
It introduces information (for females, responding in Spanish and other languages) on medical care. It also provides telephone hotline services. The project solicits volunteers on an as-needed basis.
It provides such information as medical care, in particular anti-HIV drug related information, including adverse effects.
The site format is simple and easy to understand. It exists so that infected persons who have limited information due to poverty and prejudice, youths, women and children can receive needed information.
NAPWA is a patient support organization. The site introduces programs such as fostering educators and leaders among people infected with HIV.
The site focuses on HIV infection through intravenous injections of drugs. The center conducts a needle exchanges program.
The organization has been providing direct support for persons infected with HIV and conducts enlightening preventive activities with funds collected by the American theater community.
The foundation was launched by Elizabeth Glaser, who was diagnosed with HIV infection along with her husband and both of her children in the 1980s when HIV was not well understood. It supports children infected with HIV/AIDS. Every year large-scale charity events are held by celebrities.
It provides the latest news, which is updated daily, and information about medical care and safer sex. It has some sections in which simple online questionnaires are offered and readers can participate in exchanging information with other infected persons on message boards.
The site is for medical personnel provided by The Body.
The foundation provides information on the website. In addition, it publishes such papers as annual reports, monthly reports (paper or online) and newsletters three times a year.
The foundation was launched by Bill Gates, who founded Microsoft Corporation, and his wife Melinda. It provides broad support programs, including support for persons infected with HIV/AIDS and other diseases, development of vaccines, and education.
This site is operated by a support organization established by an infected person. It gathers the founder’s own personal account and the information which is considered needed from the perspective of patients. It also depicts how to mentally prepare before the start of medical care and recommended books.
This is the AIDS care service site provided by the Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center located in San Francisco. The center holds a variety of events and conducts other activities such as providing diversified information suited for the needs of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, transgendered people and others.
The center is for infected people and their families and friends in Houston. It holds educational sessions in which people diagnosed as HIV-positive participate, and conducts educational programs for doctors and nurses.
This is a support organization in California State. It publishes the latest news and regular newsletters, in addition to providing peer counseling sessions and support groups with different targeted people and contents on a daily rotating basis.
Registers the names of deceased family members and friends who died of AIDS. In their memory, a list acknowledging their names is shown on the website on December 1, World AIDS Day, so that people can see the names for 24 hours from every corner of the world.
A national organization composed of the AIDS Action Council and the AIDS Action Foundation. Based on legislative and administrative programs and policies, the organization conducts advocacy and fund-raising support. It also focuses on sharing the latest information and supporting research in epidemiology and statistics.
It provides information on HIV/AIDS, HBV and HCV, as well as on medical care, testing and related conference reports.
It is a site for support programs launched by a Japanese national who died of AIDS complications in 2000. The person was an activist in the field of human rights and gay liberation campaigns.
By registering, people can receive information on medical care and social support, as well as services such as counseling.
This is an NPO providing support for people infected with HIV/AIDS by supporting gay and lesbian rights. It provides a wide range of programs such as a hotline, preventive education, counseling, self-help group and meal services.
This is a website launched by the AIDS Memorial Quilt. It introduces the start and history of memorial quilt campaign and how to participate in it.
The site explains each anti-HIV drug in a simple and in an easy to understand manner.
The Asia-Pacific Network is headquartered in the Netherlands. It conducts support activities jointly with local support groups and government organizations. (In English)
This is an Australian support organization. It conducts Food and Wine Festivals as charity events in Sydney and other cities. (In English)
The site is provided by CATIE, located in Canada. It provides information encompassing support for patients and their family members. (In English and French)
The site operated by AVERT, a HIV/AIDS charity organization in the U.K. It provides information on latest medical care guidelines and news, as well as common information about STDs, etc. In addition, it has been conducting support activities in such regions as Africa where a large number of infected people reside. (In English)
The site is operated in the U.K. It carries clinical and epidemiological data, which is updated daily, on an as-needed basis. (In English, French, Spanish and Portuguese)
This is a charity organization in the U.K. established in 1982. Now it is one of the largest such organizations in Europe. It provides information and consultations over the phone, and conducts educational outreach campaigns. (In English)
”Grupo de Incentivo a Vida” means “a support group for people aiming to live well. The group is in Brazil. (In Portuguese)
The foundation conducts such programs as preventive outreach activities, telephone counseling and free antibody testing. (In English and Chinese)
The network provides information on HIV medical care and research in Hong Kong. In addition, it carries a Q&A for children. (In English and Chinese)
The site introduces information on gays in Asian countries and HIV/AIDS, as well as ways to access support organizations (websites and hotlines).