There are many mental health resources on the world wide web, most of
which consist of broken links and outdated information. For current
information use the following one-click
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"AIDS Bytes is intended as an educational resource for those concerned with
AIDS/HIV. AIDS Bytes is an extension of The AIDS Stack, a HyperCard AIDS information
project begun in 1987 by Michael Tidmus. This site was designed and implemented by the
partnership of Mark Swift and Michael Tidmus, Anomalous Research Technologies. Sadly, Mark
passed away on 29 March 1996. This project could not have been completed without his
inspiration, intelligence, wit, countless hours of hard work, and his vast technical
knowledge. He was 29 years old."
"While most have a rudimentary understanding of AIDS/HIV infection, the words
frequently employed to describe the syndrome can still be baffling. AIDS Bytes is intended
to clarify and deepen one's understanding of AIDS/HIV by demystifying the associated
HIV - Informations and Resources
This chapter on AIDS and HIV resources in France and on the Internet, partially built
with the assistance, help or cooperation of HIVNET Paris, CRIPS, INSERM, the National
Library of Medicine and Eric Gressier (CNAM), is neither exhaustive nor critical, but
merely attempts at giving "pointers" to resources in France and in the world,
and to more competent or complete sources of information.
The AIDS Information Newsletter is transmitted from the U.S. Department of Veterans
Affairs AIDS Information Center, located at the San Francisco VA Medical Center. This
biweekly electronic publication is one of several services provided by the Center to all
VA medical facilites and the target audiences are primarily health care professionals,
librarians, and trainers/educators. The newsletter is posted on most AIDS-related bulletin
boards and can be found on the gopher server from NIAID (gopher.niaid.nih.gov) where it is
listed as the "VA AIDS Information Newsletter." It can also be read on the
UseNet group sci.med.aids (also available via LISTSERV@WUVMD.WUSTL.EDU - subscribe AIDS
yourfirstname yourlastname), listed as "VAMC Newsletter."
The AIDS Patents Project at CNIDR
This page is the starting point for the AIDS Patents Project at CNIDR. The project
provides access to the full text and images of international patents relating to Acquired
Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS).
Center for AIDS
The Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS) at the University of California San
Francisco is committed to maintaining a focus on prevention of HIV disease, using the
expertise of multiple disciplines, and an applied and community-based perspective within a
Depression, Anxiety and
Information on how to cope with the anxiety and depression associated with HIV and
AIDS. AS well as self-help techniques and advice on drugs the site also includes caregiver
Doctor's Guide to AIDS
Information & Resources
An extremely useful and thorough resource for all medical professionals and others
having technical knowledge.
The HIV Sequence Database collects, curates, analyzes, and publishes genetic sequences
of HIV-1, HIV-2, SIV and related animal retroviruses, as well as host cellular proteins.
Our group includes molecular biologists, sequence analysts, computer technicians,
post-docs and graduate research assistants. We are located at Los Alamos National
Laboratory in the Theoretical Biology and Biophysics Group and are funded by the Division
of AIDS of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases through an
interagency agreement with the Department of Energy. Dr. James Bradac of DAIDS/NIAID/NIH
is our project officer.
Keep Hope Alive is a comprehensive source of information on nutritional, bio-oxidative
and alternative therapies for the immune compromised. Our origin began with the
publication of Alternative Aids Therapies in 1989. This was followed with 6 editions of
the AIDS Control Diet book. In Feb., 1995, a new edition was published titled: How to
Reverse Immune Dysfunction, by Mark Konlee. A 4th edition of this book has been available
since Jan. 7, 1996. Keep Hope Alive also publishes a newsletter 3 times annually called :
Positive Health News. In addition, monthly voice mail messages are available by calling
414-548-4344. Late breaking news on new discoveries in immune stimulation and articles on
the self-treatment for restoring a functional immune system are offered herein.
Living with HIV or
Practical advice for everyday living with HIV infection or AIDS.
Center for HIV Education and Research
Established in 1988, the USF Center for HIV Education and Research is jointly sponsored
by the University of South Florida Departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics in the
College of Medicine, and the Department of Community Mental Health at the Florida Mental
WWW Virtual Library -
This virtual library page deals with the social, political, and medical aspects of
AIDS, HIV, and related issues. This site is maintained on a volunteer basis, and every
attempt is made to keep it up to date, but it can't be done without feedback. Please
submit suggestions for additions, and notify us of any changes to these links.
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