The Bulletin of Experimental Treatments for AIDS is your bright and brainy source on new developments in HIV prevention, evolving approaches to HIV treatment, and strategies for living well with the virus. Contributing writers include well-known HIV/AIDS researchers, clinicians, and community advocates—smart folks with a passion for turning science and jargon into something everyone can understand and use.
Our Status newsletter keeps our supporters up to date on the latest developments at San Francisco AIDS Foundation.
Real Talk is our public forum series. It’s reinvigorating the conversation about prevention, care and treatment, putting public policy and research side by side. As thinking on HIV/AIDS evolves, Real Talk provides a safe venue to engage the community on potentially controversial topics.
After each forum, an executive summary is produced based on the transcript of the discussion.
San Francisco AIDS Foundation champions the development and implementation of evidence-based HIV prevention. We believe public health research, practice and policy intersect best where diverse methodologies and outcome data are utilized to establish efficacy. Examine our evidence reports to see what is known - and not known - about HIV risk factors and prevention interventions in populations hardest hit by HIV/AIDS.
The foundation is proud to be taking over production of the publication formerly known as HIV Care News. HIVresource includes the latest news on HIV/AIDS research, as well as descriptions of currently enrolling clinical trials happening around the Bay Area.