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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: June 29, 2004

U.S. News | International News | Policy & Politics | Commentary & Opinion

U.S. News

Eugene, Ore., HIV Alliance Plans to Halt Needle-Exchange Program by End of Year

Alabama: State May Get Funds to Help AIDS Patients Get Medicines

Arkansas: Attention to AIDS Wanes, but Illness Is Still Rampant

Mississippi: Rights Group -- Consent Decree for HIV Inmates Still Needed

Arkansas: Community Groups Offer Free AIDS Testing Statewide

International News

HIV/AIDS Advocates Protest High Cost of Registration for XV International AIDS Conference

Vatican's Denial That Condoms Protect Against HIV Endangering Millions of Africans, European Commissioner Says

Ugandan President Museveni Discusses Country's HIV/AIDS Treatment, Prevention Programs in Interview

XV International AIDS Conference "Meet the Leaders" Session Invites Readers to Submit Questions

Uganda: U.S. Gives $51 Million More for AIDS

China to Promote HIV Testing, Warning That Many Infected May Not Know It

Four Central Asian Countries Agree to Jointly Fight AIDS

Policy & Politics

N.Y. Legislature Approves Bill Allowing Access to PCR Test for Emergency Personnel Potentially Exposed to HIV

Commentary & Opinion

Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report Summarizes Opinion Pieces Responding to President Bush's Philadelphia Speech on AIDS

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