Learning About and Living With HIV/AIDS
If you or a friend or family member has recently been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, you probably have ... read more »
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If you have HIV or are concerned about how you can get HIV, the Internet can be a great place to ... read more »
HIV/AIDS is a global disease that affects millions of people and brings to light an array of educational, human rights, and public safety considerations. The Web can take you to information with a specific regional focus, but also to sites with a statistical and global focus.
- For international HIV/AIDS research, much of what you find will likely focus on HIV/AIDS in Africa. If you are looking for information pertaining to other regions, try typing “HIV” or “AIDS” and the specific location you are researching into your favorite search engine.
- For a good perspective on global human rights issues related to HIV/AIDS, read the International Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights. The article is from 2006, but much of the material is still quite relevant.
- Many sites focusing on HIV/AIDS at an international level focus on a particular cause such as human rights or awareness issues, but there are also sites with a statistical focus.