Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers several ways to find out more about HIV/AIDS.
The CDC has a page on the world wide web (http://www.cdc.gov/doc.do/id/0900f3ec80093d70) which helps the user find information about various topics. If you do not find the information you need from either the Health Topics page or from the categories of Frequently Asked Questions listed there, you can call 1-800-311-3435, or send your inquiry by going to this website: http://www.cdc.gov/netinfo.htm
The following CDC or CDC-sponsored services may be of assistance.
If you need assistance concerning personal health issues, including questions regarding personal risk or where to get an HIV test, contact:
CDC-INFO (Formerly known as the CDC National AIDS Hotline)
If you need assistance concerning HIV/AIDS treatment, clinical trials, or vaccines, contact:
If you need reference, referral, and publication distribution services for information on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and tuberculosis (TB); or need technical assistance regarding organizations, funding, educational materials, or conferences, contact:
CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN)
If you need information on HIV/AIDS in the workplace or represent a large or small business or labor union and need assistance in meeting the challenges of HIV/AIDS in the workplace and community, contact:
CDC Business and Labor Resource Service
Links to other HIV/AIDS services can be found at the HIV/AIDS information resources page.
If you are still unable to find the information or service you are looking for write to:
Technical Information and Communications Branch