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The Body PRO's Content Policy

The Body PRO offers a rich and comprehensive selection of HIV/AIDS information it collects from leading organizations and experts. The Body PRO is able to provide these organizations and experts with public space in which to exchange information and ideas. At times, some of these materials may be inconsistent or contradictory, but we believe that airing such differences will lead to the advancement of social, political and medical thought.

Each organization and each expert edits and publishes their own information, and each organization and each expert is solely responsible for the accuracy of the information published, the intellectual property rights of the materials put up and the opinions expressed in its area.

In addition, each organization and each expert is responsible for maintaining any obligations of confidentiality incumbent upon publishers of health-related information.

Materials are updated at the discretion of each organization and expert, and each organization and expert is responsible for informing users as to the accuracy of the information it provides.

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Any questions, comments and/or requests to reproduce content must be directed to the contact person for the organization that provided the material. For a list of our content providers, click here. Organizations that wish to publish materials from The Body PRO, please contact The Body PRO by e-mail at

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General Disclaimer: The Body PRO is designed for educational purposes only and is not engaged in rendering medical advice or professional services. The information provided through The Body PRO should not be used for diagnosing or treating a health problem or a disease. It is not a substitute for professional care. If you have or suspect you may have a health problem, consult your health care provider.