What's the latest HIV/AIDS research news?
HIV/AIDS research is ongoing, with findings and breakthroughs reported on a regular basis. You may find information in medical and professional journals, magazines and newspapers, or by watching the television news. Often, this information also appears on affiliated Internet sites.
It's important to understand that these reports are often "initial findings" that aren't immediately useful to current HIV/AIDS patients and their families. On rare occasions, you may read or hear of ongoing clinical trials and studies seeking participants. You may wish to bring these materials to your doctor's attention in the event you may be an appropriate candidate for a clinical trial or study.
To learn more:
- The CDC HIV, STD, TB Prevention News Update
- The CDC HIV, STD, TB Prevention News Update provides summaries of "key scientific articles and lay media reports on HIV/AIDS, other sexually transmitted diseases, and tuberculosis. This daily update also includes information from CDC and other government agencies."
- HIV InSite
(AIDS Research Institute, University of California San Francisco)
- HIV InSite is a vast resource of information for the public and professionals. This site has comprehensive, up-to-date information on HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, and policy . The home page carries news items from around the world. To get started, click onSite Map at the top of the page. This shows you how the site is organized and where to go for the information you want.