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HIV and AIDS Activities

What's New at FDA in HIV/AIDS

Late breaking information, as well as an archival record of updates on safety and regulatory issues related to HIV/AIDS, dating from 2002 to present. Information includes

  • product approvals
  • significant labeling changes
  • safety warnings
  • notices of upcoming public meetings
  • notices about proposed regulatory guidances

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You can get updates on drug safety and regulatory issues related to HIV/AIDS by joining the FDA HIV/AIDS List Serve.

FDA's Role in HIV

Other Government Resources

AIDS.gov 
An information gateway to guide users to federal domestic HIV/AIDS information and resources, providing access to information on federal HIV/AIDS prevention, testing, treatment, and research programs, policies, and resources.

AIDSInfo
Information about the current treatment regimens for HIV infection and AIDS-related illnesses, including the prevention of HIV transmission from occupational exposure and mother-to-child transmission during pregnancy.

AIDSinfo is also a resource for current information on clinical trials for AIDS patients and others infected with HIV.

Divisions of HIV/AIDS Prevention (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) provides information about populations affected by HIV/AIDS, and prevention.

National Prevention Information Network (CDC)
the nation's largest collection of information and resources on HIV/AIDS, STD and TB prevention.

Division of AIDS (National Institutes of Health) provides information about HIV/AIDS prevention, therapeutics, and vaccine research.

HIV/AIDS Bureau (Health Resources and Services Administration) provides information about the Ryan White Care Act (which fills gaps in health care for people with HIV disease for those with low-incomes and little or no insurance), grant opportunities, education, and training.