Aids drugs and the developing world

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  • Hepatitis, AIDS, Research Trust - The contents of this site are a data reserve of research reports, governmental reports and business reports on the various issues of HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis (primarily Hepatitis C). There are no opinions offered by the owners - the wealth of information presented is the corner stone of this site: from the Financial Issues (Economic concerns) - how AIDS and Hepatitis are changing the social and economic fabric of society; Stigma - the first obstacle of any newly emergent disease, to providing math models that can be used to predict the course and costs of infectious diseases.

  • Association of Nurses in AIDS Care - ANAC is a nonprofit professional nursing organization that fosters the individual and collective professional development of nurses who provide health care to persons infected or affected by HIV and promotes the health, welfare and rights of all HIV infected persons. The Association publishes a newsletter, holds an annual conference, and offers achievement awards and fellowships. Information about certification is also included on this site.

  • CANAC: Canadian Association of Nurses in AIDS Care - The mission of CANAC is to promote HIV/AIDS education, facilitate nursing research in HIV/AIDS, promote professional development of nurses in AIDS care, and to participate in the development of policy related to HIV/AIDS care. This site is viewable in English or French.

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