Founded in 1993 as the first bioethics web site, bioethics.net and The American Journal of Bioethics have grown to become the most-read source of information about bioethics. Topics include a variety of HIV/AIDS-related subjects.
The Center exists to equip thought leaders to engage the issues of bioethics. Recognizing that biblical values have exercised a profound influence on western culture, the Center explores the potential contribution of such values as part of its work. Search “HIV” for information related to HIV and ethical issues.
The Forum for Collaborative HIV Research is an independent public/private partnership whose mission is to facilitate discussion on emerging issues in HIV clinical research and the transfer of research results into care.
The Campaign’s diverse network of over 250 NGOs works to accelerate the development of vaginal microbicides, facilitate widespread access and use, and protect the needs and interests of users, especially women.
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics examines ethical issues raised by new developments in biology and medicine. Established by the Nuffield Foundation in 1991, the Council is an independent body, funded jointly by the Foundation, the Medical Research Council and the Wellcome Trust. The Council has achieved an international reputation for addressing public concerns, and providing independent advice to assist policy makers and stimulate debate in bioethics.
This site offers articles related to HIV/AIDS and prisons, and links to other HIV/AIDS and prison-related resources.
The assignment of the council was tasked with advising the U.S. President on ethical issues related to advances in biomedical science and technology.