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HIV/AIDS Resources

HIV/AIDS Resources

HIVMA provides useful resources and information on HIV/AIDS, including testing, accessing prescription drugs, and finding an HIV care provider.

Learn the basics about HIV/AIDS (CDC Website).

Get Tested! 

  • Find an HIV testing site near you

    The CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 receive an HIV test as part of their routine medical care. There are many different kinds of HIV tests, including rapid tests and home test kits. To locate an HIV testing site, visit the CDC HIV testing database online or call 1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636).

  • HIV Testing Day 2012: Interview with Judith Aberg, MD, FIDSA

    Experts with the HIV Medicine Association (HIVMA) are urging Americans to get tested. Judith A. Aberg, MD, FIDSA, chair of HIVMA, offers more information on the importance of HIV testing in this brief radio interview.

Facts About HIV

Learn the basics about the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

Find an HIV Provider

If you are diagnosed with HIV, you can find a care provider in your area using our online provider directory. Search for HIV care providers in the U.S by city, state, zip, area code, and/or country.

Patient Assistance Programs

Resources for finding prescription drug assistance and HIV clinical trials information.

What Defines an HIV Provider?

People with HIV receive better, more cost effective care when their treatment is provided by a clinician with experience in treating HIV disease. Find out how HIVMA defines the qualifications of an experienced HIV care provider.

 

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