Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Government Resources on AIDS/HIV

Today is World AIDS Day.

Here are some government resources for finding out more on HIV/AIDS issues and prevention.

Government websites
*Testing, treatment, and prevention educational materials
*Immigration policy information
*Incarceration policy information

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: HIV/AIDS
*Daily news
*Brochures and fact sheets

MedlinePlus: AIDS
*Videos and tutorials.
*Research information
*Latest news
*Treatment Information

Obama's presidential proclamation for World AIDS Day 2009
*Commitment to combating the disease on a national and global level
*Statistics and information on the PEPFAR program

Food & Drug Administration: HIV and AIDS Medicines to Help You
*Information on the various drug options
*Drug Risks and Side Effects

National HIV and STD testing Resources
*Search by zip code to find the nearest testing site
*FAQs about HIV testing

E-Government Documents
Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act of 1990

Methamphetamine Use and Risk for HIV/AIDS

HIV/AIDS among Youth

A glance at the HIV/AIDS epidemic


Sharon said...


1 in 4 sexually active teenagers become infected with an STD every year, in the United States alone. Now, more than ever, we need to join together to fight this growing issue. As I read through your website, it is clear that you share the same passion for STD/STI awareness. We here, at Disease.com, understand the importance of STD/STI prevention and treatments. If you could, please list us as a resource or host our social book mark button, it would be much appreciated. We can not reach every teenager, but together we can try.
If you need more information please mail me with the subject line as your URL.

Thnak You,
Sharon Vegoe

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is important to teach all young people the danger is AIDS, the disease is a global epidemic and the only prevention is abstention or condom use

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