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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: October 9, 2002

National News

Vermont Sticks With St. Johnsbury Needle Exchange

International News

Global War Against AIDS Runs Short of Vital Weapon: Donated Condoms

AIDS Seen Spur to Africa Famine; Farmers Are Left Too Weak to Plant

Medical News

Chlamydia Infection May Boost Cervical Cancer Risk

Optimism in HIV-Positive Patients May Lead to Risky Moves

Hepatitis Worse During Immunocompetence With HIV/Hepatitis C Coinfection

Local and Community News

Canada: Windsor Boosts African AIDS Appeal

News Briefs

US Abortion Rate Drops Significantly, Particularly Among Teens

CDC Director Names Two New Managers

Washington, D.C.: Food and Friends Begins Construction

Baltimore: Franklin High Students, Teachers Tested by County for Tuberculosis

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