Information About Aids and Sexually transmitted Diseases
HIV/AIDS is a big problem in the minority community and Africa. See the facts below.
According to the CDC, men of color account for 63% of the new AIDS cases reported among men in the twelve months ended June 2000 and women of color make up 82% of new AIDS cases reported among females in the twelve months ended June 2000. Children of color make up 84% of the pediatric new AIDS cases reported in the twelve months ended in June 2000.
HIV Insite from the University of California School of Medicine - Comprehensive up-to-date information about aids/HIV Treatment, Prevention and Policy
The Aids Map Site Excellent Source Of Information On HIV and Aids
The 1999 Conference on African Americans and AIDS
DC Care - The DC Comprehensive AIDS Resources and Education Consortium
Site of the National Minority AIDS Council
Excellent Resource About AIDS - Great for Support as Well as Research
Find A Place To Get Tested For the AIDS/HIV Virus
AIDS Treatment News- the world's first treatment newsletter for people with HIV
Web Site From Johns Hopkins University Hospital AIDS Service - Excellent Resource From This Great Baltimore Hospital
AEGIS - The Largest HIV/AIDS WEB Site In the World - Updated Hourly
HIVSTRAIGHT - A Personal Home Page In Support Of Heterosexual HIV Positive People - Great Resource With Local Maryland/DC Emphasis
Statistics About Aids In African Americans- From the United States Center For Disease Control