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100. Background Information

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
101. What is AIDS?2016-06-07101.doc101.pdf
102. HIV Testing2014-07-23102.doc102.pdf
103. Acute HIV Infection2014-11-30103.doc103.pdf
105. How HIV Drugs Get Approved2014-09-26105.doc105.pdf
106. HIV Life Cycle2014-04-21106.doc106.pdf

110. HIV Care Continuum

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
110. IAPAC Guidelines for Optimizing the HIV Care Continuum2017-02-03110.doc110.pdf
111. Optimizing the HIV Care Environment2017-02-03111.doc111.pdf
112. Increasing HIV testing coverage and linkage to care2017-02-03112.doc112.pdf
113. Increasing HIV treatment coverage2017-02-03113.doc113.pdf
114. Increasing retention in care, ART adherence and viral suppression2017-02-03114.doc114.pdf
115. Adolescents and the HIV Care Continuum2017-02-03115.doc115.pdf
116. Metrics for and monitoring of the HIV care continuum2017-02-03116.doc116.pdf

120. Laboratory Tests

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
120. Normal Laboratory Values 2014-09-30120.doc120.pdf
121. Complete Blood Count (CBC) 2014-04-21121.doc121.pdf
122. Chemistry Panel 2014-04-21122.doc122.pdf
123. Blood Sugar and Fats 2014-06-04123.doc123.pdf
124. CD4 Cell Tests2014-05-16124.doc124.pdf
125. Viral Load Tests 2016-09-28125.doc125.pdf
126. HIV Resistance Testing 2016-06-14126.doc126.pdf
127. Drug Level Testing2014-04-21127.doc127.pdf
128. Body Composition Tests 2016-06-01128.doc128.pdf
129. Tropism Tests 2016-06-13129.doc129.pdf

150. Preventing HIV Infection

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
150. Stopping the Spread of HIV 2017-01-09150.doc150.pdf
151. Safer Sex Guidelines 2014-11-30151.doc151.pdf
152. How Risky Is It? 2014-05-19152.doc152.pdf
153. Condoms 2014-06-13153.doc153.pdf
154. Drug Use and HIV2017-04-14154.doc154.pdf
155. Harm Reduction and HIV 2016-06-07155.doc155.pdf
156. Treatment After Exposure to HIV 2014-05-19156.doc156.pdf
157. Microbicides 2014-07-23157.doc157.pdf
158. AIDS Myths and Misunderstandings 2014-04-21158.doc158.pdf
159. Preventive HIV Vaccines2018-04-30159.doc159.pdf
160. Treatment to Prevent HIV Infection (PrEP)2014-08-28160.doc160.pdf

200. Living with HIV

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
200. Important Resources in the USA 2016-06-07200.doc200.pdf
201. How Do I Start? 2014-04-16201.doc201.pdf
202. Choosing an HIV Care Provider 2016-09-03202.doc202.pdf
203. Medical Appointments 2014-04-16203.doc203.pdf
204. Telling Others You are HIV Positive 2014-07-23204.doc204.pdf
205. Participating in a Clinical Trial2014-08-28205.doc205.pdf
206. How to Spot HIV/AIDS Fraud 2014-08-28206.doc206.pdf
207. Vaccinations and HIV2014-05-23207.doc207.pdf
208. Selling Your Life Insurance 2014-02-24208.doc208.pdf
209. HIV Wellness Checklist2014-02-19209.doc209.pdf

300. Substance Use and Harm Reduction

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
300. Syringe Access Programs and Harm Reduction2017-05-12300.doc300.pdf
301. Opioid Replacement Therapy2017-05-12301.doc301.pdf

400. Medications to Fight HIV

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
401. Taking Current Antiretroviral Drugs (2 pages) 2014-09-26401.doc401.pdf
402. Drug Names and Manufacturers 2017-10-14402.doc402.pdf
403. What Is Antiretroviral Therapy (ART)?2014-07-23403.doc403.pdf
404. U.S. Antiretroviral Therapy Guidelines 2017-01-06404.doc404.pdf
405. Adherence 2014-04-21405.doc405.pdf
406. Treatment Interruptions 2014-02-24406.doc406.pdf
407. Drug Interactions 2014-09-30407.doc407.pdf
408. Salvage Therapy 2018-04-30408.doc408.pdf

410. Nukes: Nucleoside Analog Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
411. Zidovudine (Retrovir, AZT) 2017-10-14411.doc411.pdf
412. Zalcitabine (Hivid, ddC) 2017-10-14412.doc412.pdf
413. Didanosine (Videx, ddI)2017-10-14413.doc413.pdf
414. Stavudine (Zerit, d4T) 2017-10-14414.doc414.pdf
415. Lamivudine (Epivir) 2017-10-14415.doc415.pdf
416. Abacavir (Ziagen) 2017-10-14416.doc416.pdf
417. Combivir (zidovudine + lamivudine) 2017-10-14417.doc417.pdf
418. Trizivir (zidovudine + lamivudine + abacavir)2017-10-14418.doc418.pdf
419. Tenofovir DF (Viread) 2017-10-14419.doc419.pdf
420. Emtricitabine (Emtriva) 2017-10-14420.doc420.pdf
421. Truvada (Tenofovir + Emtricitabine) 2017-10-14421.doc421.pdf
422. Epzicom/Kivexa (abacavir + lamivudine)2017-10-14422.doc422.pdf
427. Hydroxyurea (Hydrea)2017-10-14427.doc427.pdf
428. Descovy (tenofovir alafenamide + emtricitabine)2017-10-14428.doc428.pdf

430. Non-Nukes or NNRTIs: Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
431. Nevirapine (Viramune) 2017-10-14431.doc431.pdf
432. Efavirenz (Sustiva, Stocrin)2017-10-14432.doc432.pdf
433. Delavirdine (Rescriptor)2017-10-14433.doc433.pdf
434. Etravirine (Intelence) 2017-10-14434.doc434.pdf
435. Rilpivirine (Edurant)2017-10-14435.doc435.pdf

440. Protease Inhibitors

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
441. Indinavir (Crixivan) 2014-09-30441.doc441.pdf
442. Ritonavir (Norvir) 2016-06-13442.doc442.pdf
443. Saquinavir (Invirase) 2016-06-14443.doc443.pdf
444. Nelfinavir (Viracept) 2014-04-16444.doc444.pdf
445. Amprenavir (Agenerase) 2017-10-14445.doc445.pdf
446. Lopinavir + ritonavir (Kaletra) 2016-06-01446.doc446.pdf
447. Atazanavir (Reyataz) 2018-04-30447.doc447.pdf
448. Fosamprenavir (Telzir, Lexiva) 2016-06-01448.doc448.pdf
449. Tipranavir (Aptivus) 2014-09-30449.doc449.pdf
450. Darunavir (Prezista) 2016-06-07450.doc450.pdf
451. Darunavir/Cobicistat (Prezcobix)2014-10-10451.doc451.pdf

455. Pharmacologic Boosters​

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
455. Cobicistat (Tybost)2017-10-14455.doc455.pdf

460. Attachment and Fusion Inhibitors

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
461. Enfuvirtide (Fuzeon) 2017-10-14461.doc461.pdf
462. Maraviroc (Selzentry, Celsentri) 2017-10-14462.doc462.pdf

465. Integrase Inhibitors

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
465. Raltegravir (Isentress; Isentress HD) 2017-10-17465.doc465.pdf
466. Elvitegravir (Vitekta)2017-10-14466.doc466.pdf
467. Dolutegravir (Tivicay)2017-10-17467.doc467.pdf

470. Combination Medications

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
470. Combination Medications2016-06-07470.doc470.pdf
471. Complera/Eviplera (Rilpivirine + emtricitabine + tenofovir)2017-10-17471.doc471.pdf
472. Atripla (efavirenz + emtricitabine + tenofovir) 2014-09-23472.doc472.pdf
473. Stribild (elvitegravir + cobicistat + emtricitabine + tenofovir)2014-09-23473.doc473.pdf
474. Triumeq (dolutegravir+abacavir+lamivudine)2014-08-26474.doc474.pdf
475. Genvoya (elvitegravir + cobicistat + emtricitabine + tenofovir alafenamide)2018-04-27475.doc475.pdf
476. Odefsey (rilpivirine + emtricitabine + tenofovir alafenamide)2016-03-10476.doc476.pdf
477. Juluca (dolutegravir + rilpivirine)2017-12-11477.doc477.pdf
478. Biktarvy (bictegravir + emtricitabine + tenofovir alafenamide)2018-02-28478.doc478.pdf

480. Strengthening the Immune System

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
481. Immune Restoration 2014-08-30481.doc481.pdf
482. Interleukin-2 2014-05-19482.doc482.pdf
483. Immune Reconstitution Syndrome 2014-08-28483.doc483.pdf
484. HIV and Inflammation2014-08-30484.doc484.pdf
485. Can HIV Infection Be Cured?2017-11-16485.doc485.pdf
494. Recreational Drugs and HIV 2014-05-16494.doc494.pdf

500. Opportunistic Infections and Related Diseases, and Their Treatment

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
500. Opportunistic Infections 2014-08-28500.doc500.pdf
501. Candidiasis (Thrush) 2014-05-19501.doc501.pdf
502. Cryptosporidiosis 2014-06-04502.doc502.pdf
503. Cryptococcal Meningitis 2014-05-19503.doc503.pdf
504. Cytomegalovirus (CMV) 2016-06-01504.doc504.pdf
505. Nervous System Problems and Dementia2014-02-04505.doc505.pdf
506. Hepatitis: Overview 2014-09-05506.doc506.pdf
507. Hepatitis C 2014-04-24507.doc507.pdf
508. Herpes Simplex (Cold Sores and Genital Herpes) 2014-05-19508.doc508.pdf
509. Herpes Zoster (Shingles) 2014-11-30509.doc509.pdf
510. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) 2016-06-07510.doc510.pdf
511. Kaposi's Sarcoma (KS) 2016-06-07511.doc511.pdf
512. Lymphoma 2014-09-30512.doc512.pdf
513. Molluscum 2014-04-21513.doc513.pdf
514. Mycobacterium Avium Complex (MAC) 2014-09-30514.doc514.pdf
515. Pneumocystis Pneumonia (PCP) 2014-04-16515.doc515.pdf
516. Progressive Multifocal Leucoencephalopathy (PML) 2014-04-16516.doc516.pdf
517. Toxoplasmosis 2014-04-16517.doc517.pdf
518. Tuberculosis (TB) 2016-06-07518.doc518.pdf
519. Wasting Syndrome 2014-05-19519.doc519.pdf
520. Cancer and HIV2016-06-10520.doc520.pdf

530. Drugs to Treat Opportunistic Infections

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
530. Azithromycin (Zithromax) 2014-09-30530.doc530.pdf
531. Ciprofloxacin (Cipro) 2014-08-28531.doc531.pdf
532. Clarithromycin (Biaxin)2014-09-30532.doc532.pdf
533. Dapsone (Avlosulfon)2014-04-21533.doc533.pdf
534. Fluconazole (Diflucan)2014-05-19534.doc534.pdf
535. Trimethoprim/Sulfamethoxazole, Cotrimoxazole2014-04-21535.doc535.pdf
536. Filgrastim (Neupogen)2014-09-30536.doc536.pdf
537. Pentamidine2014-11-30537.doc537.pdf
538. Atovaquone (Mepron)2014-06-04538.doc538.pdf

550. Side Effects and Their Treatment

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
550. Side Effects2014-08-10550.doc550.pdf
551. Fatigue2014-04-21551.doc551.pdf
552. Anemia2014-06-04552.doc552.pdf
553. Body Shape Changes (Lipodystrophy)2016-06-10553.doc553.pdf
554. Diarrhea2016-06-07554.doc554.pdf
555. Peripheral Neuropathy2016-06-07555.doc555.pdf
556. Mitochondrial Toxicity2014-09-05556.doc556.pdf
557. Osteoporosis2014-06-13557.doc557.pdf
558. Depression and HIV2014-07-23558.doc558.pdf
559. Osteonecrosis2014-09-30559.doc559.pdf

600. Patient Populations

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
610. Women and HIV2014-11-30610.doc610.pdf
611. Pregnancy and HIV2014-02-17611.doc611.pdf
612. Children and HIV2014-04-29612.doc612.pdf
613. Couples With Mixed HIV Status2014-02-24613.doc613.pdf
615. HIV in Prisons and Jails2014-02-24615.doc615.pdf
616. Older People and HIV2018-04-30616.doc616.pdf

650. HIV and Related Diseases

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
651. HIV and Kidney Disease2014-02-24651.doc651.pdf
652. HIV and Cardiovascular Disease2014-02-24652.doc652.pdf
653. HIV and the Mouth2014-05-19653.doc653.pdf
654. Diabetes and HIV2014-12-09654.doc654.pdf

670. Hepatitis C

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
670. Hepatitis C Virus Life Cycle2014-08-10670.doc670.pdf
671. Hepatitis C Laboratory Tests2014-02-24671.doc671.pdf
672. Liver Biopsy2014-04-16672.doc672.pdf
673. Hepatitis C Prevention2014-04-16673.doc673.pdf
674. Hepatitis C Genotypes2014-07-23674.doc674.pdf
675. Hepatitis C Viral Load2016-09-03675.doc675.pdf
676. HCV Treatment Guidelines2014-03-15676.doc676.pdf
680. Interferon and Ribavirin2014-05-19680.doc680.pdf
682. Telaprevir (Incivek, Incivo)2014-11-30682.doc682.pdf
683. Boceprevir (Victrelis)2014-04-21683.doc683.pdf
684. Simeprevir (Olysio)2014-12-09684.doc684.pdf
685. Sofosbuvir (Sovaldi)2014-12-09685.doc685.pdf
686. Ledipsavir/Sofosbuvir (Harvoni)2014-10-27686.doc686.pdf
687. Viekira Pak 2014-12-30687.doc687.pdf

700. Alternative and Complementary Therapies

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
700. Alternative and Complementary Therapies2014-04-16700.doc700.pdf
702. Ayurvedic Medicine2014-11-30702.doc702.pdf
703. Chinese Acupuncture2014-05-19703.doc703.pdf
704. Chinese Herbalism2014-05-19704.doc704.pdf
708. Native American/Alaska Native Traditional Healing2014-04-21708.doc708.pdf
722. Cats Claw (Uña de Gato)2014-05-19722.doc722.pdf
724. DHEA2014-06-04724.doc724.pdf
725. DNCB (Dinitrochlorobenzene)2014-06-04725.doc725.pdf
726. Echinacea2014-05-19726.doc726.pdf
727. Essiac2014-07-23727.doc727.pdf
729. St. Johns Wort (Hypericin)2014-09-30729.doc729.pdf
731. Marijuana2016-06-10731.doc731.pdf
735. Silymarin (Milk Thistle)2014-05-19735.doc735.pdf

800. Nutrition

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
800. Nutrition2014-08-28800.doc800.pdf
801. Vitamins and Minerals2014-02-24801.doc801.pdf
802. Exercise and HIV2016-09-03802.doc802.pdf
803. Smoking and HIV2014-08-28803.doc803.pdf

900. Internet Bookmarks for AIDS

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
925. The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)2014-11-30925.doc925.pdf
930. Internet Bookmarks for AIDS, Part I2015-04-13No FileNo File
931. Internet Bookmarks for AIDS, Part II2015-04-13No FileNo File
932. Internet Bookmarks on AIDS, III2015-04-23No FileNo File
933. Internet Bookmarks for AIDS, Part IV2015-04-13No FileNo File

1000. Index of Fact Sheets

Fact SheetRevision/Review DateDOC FilePDF File
1050. Font Samples2016-10-10No FileNo File

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