There are a lot of crazy myths and misinformation about HIV out there. For accurate information on HIV testing, treatment, prevention, PrEP, U equals U, or to connect to the HIV community, here are some great resources. This is by no means a comprehensive list, but it's a place to start. And of course, if you'd like to chat with anyone on the Merce team, you can email us at email@example.com.
HIV.gov is the government's leading source for information about HIV. Find out all the HIV basics, statistics, testing information, HIV services and more.
TheBody is the web's largest and most comprehensive source of HIV/AIDS information. TheBody helps its readers stay up to date with the latest in HIV news, research, arts and culture, and community.
POZ magazine serves the community of people living with and those affected by HIV/AIDS with daily news, treatment updates, personal profiles, investigative features, videos, blogs, forums, personals and an extensive online social network.
Since 1990, POSITIVELY AWARE magazine has been the most trusted source of HIV treatment news. POSITIVELY AWARE provides accurate, up-to-date treatment information for people living with HIV/AIDS and their caregivers.
Prevention Access Campaign’s U=U is a growing global community of people living with HIV, allies, researchers, and organizations committed to science-based messaging about people living with HIV and HIV prevention.
PrEP Facts: Rethinking HIV Prevention and Sex is a Facebook page dedicated to supporting discussions, debates, questions, and concerns that promote fact-based information, understanding, respect, and compassion around Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention.
The Positive Women's Network is a nationwide community of women living with HIV. Their mission is to prepare and involve all women living with HIV, with all diversity, including gender identity and sexual expression, in all levels of policy and decision-making.
AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is a global nonprofit organization providing cutting-edge medicine and advocacy to over 1,000,000 people in 41 countries.
myHIVteam is a social network for those diagnosed with HIV. Get the emotional support you need from others like you, and gain practical advice and insights on managing treatment or therapies for HIV. myHIVteam is the only social network where you can truly connect, make real friendships, and share daily ups and downs in a judgement-free place.
My Fabulous Disease is the award-winning blog of longtime HIV survivor and activist, Mark S. King. Mark provides frank opinion, inspirational writing, debate on sexual politics, videos of poz life featuring his family and friends, and even some infamous drag!
In imstilljosh, Josh Robbins uses his blog to show that HIV isn't a death sentence, and doesn't define who he is. He wants people both positive and negative to find a piece of hope through his experiences.