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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: July 24, 2003

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U.S. News

North Carolina County Board of Health to Recommend School Board Alter Abstinence-Only Sex Education Policy

Florida Investigators Say It's Possible Tainted Drugs Still Being Distributed

Schools Stumble Over Sex Education


International News

AIDS Could Cause Economies in Some Developing Countries to Collapse in Two Generations, World Bank Study Says

Overcrowding in Russian Prison System Facilitates Spread of Tuberculosis, HIV, Report Says

PBS' "Wide Angle" Examines Role of Angolan Military in Fighting HIV/AIDS

A Desperate Global Scavenger Hunt to Keep AIDS Patients Alive

Gates Grant to Help Fund HIV-Herpes Study


Medical News

Association of Negotiation Strategies With Consistent Use of Male Condoms by Women Receiving an HIV Prevention Intervention in Zimbabwe


Prevention/Epidemiology

Pittsburgh: Study Tackles Effectiveness of Sex-Counseling Methods


Policy & Politics

House Approves Foreign Aid Bill With $1.4B to Fight AIDS; Defeats Amendments for Increased Funding


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