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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: September 11, 2003

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


U.S. News

FDA Approves OraSure Rapid HIV Test for Expanded Use With Blood Drawn Intravenously

New York Services for AIDS, Elderly, Poor Threatened by State Budget Dispute, Not-for-Profit Coalition Says

Palm Beach County, Florida, Selected for AIDS Project

Wisconsin: AIDS Network Takes Fiscal Reins


International News

U.S. Mayors Plan City-to-City Partnerships With Uganda to Share Information on Fighting HIV/AIDS

HIV/AIDS Is Social Issue Affecting Women, Botswana Conference Participants Say

TB, South Africa?s Number One Killer of AIDS Sufferers: Expert

England: Schools to Test for Sex Diseases: Pilot Scheme Follows Sharp Rise in Infection Rate

Some 27 First Ladies to Join 10,000-Strong African Women?s AIDS Run


Medical News

Survival Benefit from Non-Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy in a Resource-Constrained Setting


Prevention/Epidemiology

Number of HIV Cases in South Africa Rose 12 Percent in 2002; Government Says Epidemic Slowing

West Cape, South Africa, HIV Rate Tops 10 Percent

Russia Reports Rise in HIV Cases


Policy & Politics

Senate Rejects Amendment to Add $1 Billion Global AIDS Initiative, Amendment to Increase ADAP Funding


Commentary & Opinion

Officials Should Be More "Imaginative" in Addressing HIV/AIDS Among African Americans, Wall Street Journal Columnist Says



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