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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: February 25, 2004

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U.S. News

Employee Fired From St. Louis Black AIDS Group Establishes New Minority Health Group

California: Easing the Shock of a Grim Diagnosis

New York: Ministry Will Expand Its AIDS Role


International News

Global Fund Signs Letter of Intent to Award Previously Suspended Grant to Ukrainian HIV/AIDS Program

New Bridge Linking Namibia, Zambia Could Facilitate Spread of HIV in Southern African Countries

Senior World Bank Official to Join International AIDS Vaccine Initiative as Senior Vice President of Public Policy

EU Presidency Says Europe, U.S. Must Join Forces to Combat AIDS

UN Special Envoy Is Confident Cheaper Drugs Will Get to AIDS-Ravaged Africa

Brazil, Mozambique to Build Factory for AIDS Drugs

NGOs: HIV Rampant in Prisons in East Europe, Central Asia


Medical News

Jails in Unique Position to ID High-Risk Population: Cook County in Illinois Serves as Model


Prevention/Epidemiology

People Between Ages 15 and 24 Account for 50% of All STD Cases, Including HIV, in U.S., Reports Say

Wall Street Journal Examines HIV Prevention Program Targeting Girls Who Rely on "Sugar Daddies" for Economic Security

Canada: "Safe Sex" Fatigue Cited for Increased Disease Rate

HIV Cases in Ireland on the Rise Again


Commentary & Opinion

Multinational Companies Operating in India Must Address Country's Impending AIDS Crisis, Opinion Piece Says


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