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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: May 17, 2004

U.S. News | International News | Medical News | Prevention/Epidemiology | Policy & Politics

U.S. News

San Antonio Conference Debates Benefits of Needle-Exchange Programs for Preventing HIV Among Injection Drug Users

United States, Mexico: Border Health Office Opens

Atlanta to Hold Events for HIV Vaccine Awareness Day

Kentucky: Ceremony Remembers Those Who Died of AIDS

International News

European Commission Releases $50M Pledge to Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

Ukraine Marks Global AIDS Remembrance Day

Bulgaria: Thousands Protest Libyan Sentence

Medical News

Harvard University: Muslim Areas in Africa Have Lower Rates of HIV Infection


Russia: A Serious HIV Education Problem

Burma Confronts Taboo, Educates Villagers About HIV Prevention

Policy & Politics

New Fast-Track Review Program Will Approve AIDS Drugs for PEPFAR; Drug Companies Collaborating to Produce FDCs

Calif. Governor's Revised State Budget Proposal Drops Caps on ADAP Enrollment, Increases HIV/AIDS Funding

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