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AIDS Project New Haven http://www.apnh.org AIDS Project New Haven is the oldest AIDS service organization in the state of Connecticut. Formed by a small group of individuals in 1983, it has expanded to provide service throughout the greater New Haven area.
 
Circle Medical, LLC http://www.circlemedical.org Circle Medical, LLC, provides quality care and leading-edge clinical research for people living with HIV/AIDS. On this site you will find a listing of our current clinical trials, general information about what clinical trials are, past research studies and publications by Dr. Blick, and a clinical trial sign-up form. Studies have shown that a person’s survival with HIV/AIDS is directly related to the experience and knowledge of their care providers.
Leeway Inc*** http://www.leeway.net/ Leeway is a 30 bed subacute facility specializing in providing compassionate individualized care for people aged 16 or over who have HIV/AIDS and who are sick enough to require 24-hour nursing care and supervision. Leeway provides a standard of care comparable to a skilled nursing home, with the focus being on the particular needs of each resident. Leeway provides intensive services to those in need of short term or long term placement, as well as palliative care. These services include IV therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, wound care, CAPD, whirlpool treatments, as well as supervision with medications and treatments.
State of CT http://www.state.ct.us/dph/
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State of Connecticut Department of Health Publications and Information
The Live Foundation, Inc. http://www.thelivefoundation.org/ The Live Foundation, Inc.
The Mid-Fairfield AIDS Project*** http://www.mfap.com/ The Mid-Fairfield AIDS Project was founded in 1987 as an initial response to HIV/AIDS by individuals from a variety of local organizations in co-operation with the Norwalk Health Department and Norwalk Hospital.
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AEGIS http://www.aegis.org/ The largest HIV knowledgebase in the world.
AEGIS Search http://www.aegis.org/default.asp?req=/search Search AEGIS, the largest HIV knowledgebase in the world.
AIDS Action Committee http://www.aac.org AIDS Action is New England's oldest and largest provider of AIDS services, education and advocacy. AIDS Action currently provides support services to more than 1500 men, women and children living with AIDS and HIV.
AIDS Clinical Trials Information Service http://aidsinfo.nih.gov The AIDS Clinical Trials Information Service (ACTIS) provides quick and easy access to information on federally and privately funded clinical trials for adults and children.
AIDS INFO NYC http://www.aidsinfonyc.org/ aidsinfonyc.org is an open forum for various organizations and viewpoints.
AIDS MEDS http://www.aidsmeds.com/ A great site to find out more about aids medication and interactions between drugs.
AIDS Project LA http://www.apla.org/ This web site offers extensive information and links on HIV/AIDS, related topics, and AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA). Information Services Volunteers and Support Public Policy Publications Benefits Education Special Events Job Listings
AIDS Research Information Center http://www.critpath.org/ Critical Path provides easy access to the full range of potentially life-extending or life-saving AIDS prevention, treatment and referral information.
AIDS Treatment News http://www.aidsnews.org/ Useful Internet links.  Complete archive of AIDS Treatment News - through current issue. This internationally recognized treatment newsletter is an excellent resource for persons living with HIV/AIDS who are looking for information on new therapies
AmFAR http://www.amfar.org AmFAR is the nation's leading nonprofit organization dedicated to the support of AIDS research (both basic-biomedical and clinical research), AIDS prevention, and the advocacy of sound AIDS-related public policy.
Arts & Understanding http://www.aumag.org If you are looking for the positive site with a creative twist, you've found it: the web page for those of us who know that living with AIDS is about more than pills and therapies.
BETA http://www.sfaf.org/beta/ BETA, the Bulletin of Experimental Treatments for AIDS, published quarterly (in January, April, July and October) by the Treatment Education and Support Unit of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, covers new developments in AIDS treatment research
EAT UP Books http://www.eatupbooks.com HIV disease is a constant strain on many systems in your body.  Your daily need for protein doubles. Your muscles are the reserve fuel tank for your immune system. You body is trying to replace millions of T cells that the virus kills every day.
Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) http://www.gmhc.org/ Gay Men's Health Crisis, founded in 1981, is a model for AIDS care, education and advocacy worldwide.

To provide compassionate care to New Yorkers with AIDS; educate to keep people healthy; advocate for fair and effective public policies.
H.O.P.E. Foundation http://hopedc.org The H.O.P.E. Foundation provides information assisting the growing numbers of those living long-term with HIV and those who care for them in a seminar series and on its website. It also supports The Monthly Social, a stress-free gathering fostering mutual support and information sharing (see http://hopedc.org/socials.html).
HIV/AIDS Treatment Information Service http://aidsinfo.nih.gov The HIV/AIDS Treatment Information Service (ATIS) provides information about federally approved treatment guidelines for HIV and AIDS.
HIV/AIDS Search Engine http://www.hivaidssearch.com/ A comprehensive and clever search engine.  Also includes many other links for Canada, as well as the USA
HIV Help Desk http://www.hiv-aids-help-desk.com Clearinghouse specializing in HIV/AIDS related issues and resources, linking visitors to a wide variety of products and services known to be of exceptional quality and value.
HIV Positive Magazine http://www.hivpositivemagazine.com/ The home of HIV Positive! magazine. The mission of this site is exactly the same as the mission of the print version of HIV Positive! magazine: to help you live a long, productive, fantastic life with HIV or AIDS.
Houston Buyers Club http://houstonbuyersclub.com/ Has local information as well as a page of managing side effects which contains common HIV related issues and nutritional supplements that may help.
IAPAC http://www.iapac.org/ The International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care's web site.
Jennifer Jennsens Nutrition Power Page http://www.jenniferjensen.com/ Nutrition Power and more.
Journal Watch AIDS Clinical Care http://aids-clinical-care.jwatch.org/ Edited and reviewed by more than 80 physicians, JWatch regularly combs 180 medical journals for important findings that impact AIDS research and care.
Keep Hope Alive http://www.keephopealive.org/ Keep Hope Alive is a comprehensive source of information on immune-based, nutritional, herbal, bio-oxidative and natural therapies for immune compromised persons affected by AIDS, Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS) and cancer. Our origin began with the publication of Alternative Aids Therapies in 1989.
National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) http://www.nmac.org Serving communities of color in the fight against HIV/AIDS
Positive Nation http://www.positivenation.co.uk UK Monthly Maganzine
Positively Positive http://www.positivelypositive.ca/ Site created by Bradford McIntyre that has articles and videos about living with HIV/AIDS, alternative therapies, inspirational stories, and more...
PoWeR Health Review http://www.powerhealthreview.com Power Health Review provides timely and useful news and information on health and quality of life issues essential to people living with HIV, their medical providers and advocates.
POZ Magazine http://www.poz.com/ POZ Maganzine…
Project Inform http://www.projinf.org/ Project Inform has been at the front lines in the fight against HIV and AIDs since 1985 when reliable information about the disease and its treatment was nearly impossible to obtain.
Spirituality and Health http://www.spiritualityhealth.com/ The web site for the Spirituality and Health magazine.
The Body http://www.thebody.com/ The Body's mission is to:

Use the Web to lower barriers between patients and clinicians;
Demystify HIV/AIDS and its treatment;
Improve patients' quality of life;
Foster community through human connection.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention http://www.cdc.gov/ The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, is an agency of the Department of Health and Human Services.
The HIV Info Web http://www.jri.org/ HIV and AIDS information site designed to be universally accessible; the HIV Infoweb is the best starting point for any searches for HIV and AIDS treatment and prevention information, even if the information is located on another site.
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Immunocal® is clinically proven to help enhance immune functioning. If you are a member of The Guardian Health Association, or of any HIV Consumer Council, and you are having difficulty obtaining Immunocal® through your prescription or ADAP program, Immunocal® will offer it to you at the Physicians' wholesale discount of $59.40 per box. Enter "HIV Consumer Council Discount" in the comments section.
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