Project Inform

Project Inform, established in 1985 as a national, non-profit, community-based HIV/AIDS treatment information and advocacy organization, serves HIV-infected individuals, their caregivers, and their healthcare and service providers through its healthlines, the PI Perspective, educational Town Meetings, online services, and research and drug access advocacy programs. All information is available free of charge; donations are strongly encouraged. For more information, visit

Books by this Author

Project Inform, the nation's leading community-based AIDS treatment information and advocacy organization, presents the first comprehensive, user-friendly guide to all the drugs most used by people with HIV/AIDS. This completely updated edition includes profiles of the newest and most recently approved drugs and laboratory tests, including protease inhibitors and viral load tests -- and in-depth discussions on how best to use these advances to create effective, long-term treatment strategies....