10 advocates tab their favorite Web and print newsletters for treatment info. For HIV health, tap into:

1. Perspectives, Wise Words
c/o Project Inform
205 13th St. #2001
San Francisco, CA 94103 800.822.7422
www.projectinform.org
Says Dawn Averitt, founder, the Well Project (www.thewellproject.org)

2. NATAP Reports
c/o National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project
580 Broadway #1010
New York, NY 10012 888.26.NATAP
www.natap.org
Says Louise Binder, chair, Canadian Treatment Action Council (www.ctac.ca)

3. GMHC Treatment Issues
c/o Gay Men’s Health Crisis
119 W. 24th St.
New York, NY 10011 212.367.1000
www.gmhc.org
Says Julie Davids, executive director, Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project (CHAMP,www.aidsinfonyc.org)

4. Positively Aware
c/o Test Positive Aware Network 5537 N. Broadway
Chicago, IL 60640-1405
773.989.9400
www.tpan.org
Says Phill Wilson, executive director, Black AIDS Institute (www.blackaids.org)

5. Women Alive
1566 S. Burnside Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90019 323.965.1564
www.women-alive.org
Says Michelle Lopez, member, National Association of People With AIDS (www.napwa.org)

6. Medscape
www.medscape.com
Says Bob Munk, coordinator, the New Mexico AIDS InfoNet (www.aidsinfonet.org)

7. Hepatitis C Awareness News (especially for prisoners)
P.O. Box 41803
Eugene, OR 97404
541.607.5725
www.hcvinprison.org
Says Judy Greenspan, chair, HIV/Hepatitis C in Prison Committee of California Prison Focus

8. AIDSmap
www.aidsmap.com
Says Tim Horn, executive editor, PRN Notebook (www.prn.org);
senior writer, AIDSmeds.com

9. PubMed Journal Database
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi
Says John S. James, editor and publisher, AIDS Treatment News (www.aidsnews.org/)

10. Mario Cooper, former chair, AIDS Action Council; former board member, GMHC; Harvard AIDS Institute and the Physicians Association for AIDS Care, says his two favorite sources for treatment information are POZ (www.poz.com) and—if he can’t find an answer there—POZ founder Sean Strub.