AIDS Meds is dedicated to providing people living with HIV/AIDS the necessary information they need to make empowered treatment decisions, founded and maintained by people living with HIV/AIDS. The site offers complete, but not complicated, up-to-date information on the treatment of HIV/AIDS.
This page contains the University of California, San Francisco's, searchable database of anti-retroviral drug interactions. All FDA-approved anti-retroviral drugs are covered. This database contains drug interactions (involving at least one anti-retroviral drug) that the editors have found reported in published articles, abstracts from major conferences, or information presented to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (generally reflected in product labeling). Studies demonstrating the absence of an interaction are also included.
This web site page cites numerous articles gleaned from journals and Internet sources focused on anti-retroviral therapy features.
NewsRx publishes the largest weekly database of current medical news, disease research, and business reports for the pharmaceutical and biotech industries, updating their online database with thousands of articles each week. This page includes a number of articles specific to anti-retrovirals.
OARAC is a service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offering information on HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention and research. This downloadable PDF document contains the 146-page “Guidelines for the Use of Anti-Retroviral Agents in HIV-1 Infected Adults and Adolescents.”
This technical site, maintained by the FDA, offers news and links to current issues surrounding the use and development of drugs used to treat HIV infection.
This web site includes comprehensive information on key topics related to the work of the WHO HIV/AIDS Department. The topic pages aim to provide access to all related resources on key HIV/AIDS issues, including policy and advocacy documents, technical guidelines, country and regional resources, recommended readings and useful web links.