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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: September 15, 2003

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

U.S. News

Nebraska: Planned Parenthood Sues Over Loss of State Grant

New York: AIDS Agency Rebuilds Eyesore Into Office

Massachusetts: AIDS Ride Returns on Different Course

Illinois: Man Mistakenly Told He Was HIV Positive Sues Laboratory

International News

Globe and Mail Profiles Events Leading Up to South African AIDS Advocate's Decision to Take AIDS Drugs

Sex for Groceries in Hungry Zimbabwe: Report

New AIDS Initiative for Africa to Be Launched Wednesday


College-Age Population at Risk for Chlamydia

Regional Differences in HIV Trends in The Gambia: Results From Sentinel Surveillance Among Pregnant Women

Policy & Politics

HHS Secretary Establishes Committees to Address Minority HIV/AIDS Initiative, HIV Issues for Minority MSM

California Legislature Passes Bill Calling for Routine HIV Testing of Pregnant Women; Bill Goes to Gov. Davis

New State Regulation Requires All Infants Born in New York Be Tested for HIV Within 12 Hours of Birth

Commentary & Opinion

Success of Antiretroviral Drugs Creates Need for Increased Education Among High-Risk Groups, Editorial Says

Bush Administration, Congress "Walking Away" From Global AIDS Initiative Funding, Editorial Says

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