HIV i-base

i-Base publications are available free of charge, including bulk orders for use in the UK and single copies elsewhere.

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Treatment passport
Record your treatment, CD4 count, viral load and other important information. Pocket-size booklet.

Adherence diary
Adherence planners and side effect records for adherence support – single pages or pads of 50 sheets


Introduction to combination therapy
How treatment works, when to start, the importance of adherence, resistance, choice of drugs and doses.

HIV and your quality of life
Short and long-term and side effects, talking to your doctor, tips to help, quality of life.

HIV, pregnancy and women's health
Mother, babies, becoming pregnant safely, treatment while pregnant, after baby is born, delivery methods.

Changing treatment and drug resistance
What do if treatment fails, resistance, TDM, choosing your next meds, how to help your next combo succeed.

Hepatitis C for people living with HIV
What is hepatitis C? Having hepatitis C and HIV together. Testing, treatment, support.

HIV testing and risks of sexual transmission
HIV testing. Risks of sexual transmission. Different tests and how they work.

HIV Treatment Bulletin
Not-for-profit community publication that reviews advances on clinical management of HIV.

Why we must provide HIV treatment information
Report from i-Base and TAC meeting on treatment literacy in March 2006 attended by advocates from 20 countries. Photographs by Wolfgang Tillmans.

Clinical trials: a community guide to HIV research
A resource on how clinical trials work, why they are important, understanding the results and the role of the advocate in research.

Pipeline report
Annual report on HIV, viral hepatitis and TB: drugs, diagnostics, vaccines, immune-based therapies, and preventive technologies in development.

i-Base publicity materials
Selection of materials to publicise the Treatment Phoneline and other i-Base services.

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