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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: December 8, 2006

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U.S. News

Some HIV/AIDS Advocates Calling on Bristol-Myers Squibb to Clarify Funding Amount Pledged to National AIDS Fund Through Web Site Campaign

Lancet, Lancet Infectious Diseases Publish HIV/AIDS-Related Articles

Massachusetts: Cases of HIV on Rise Among Immigrants

Detroiters in Rush to Catch Up on AIDS Fight

California: Tenderloin Health Receives Funding for HIV Dental Care

Columbus, Ohio, AIDS Task Force Seeking New Leader

California: Desert AIDS Group Settles on Key Hire


International News

Afghanistan's Opium Trade Undermines Pakistan's Efforts to Control Domestic Spread of HIV, Health Minister Says

Egyptian Leaders Pay Little Attention to HIV/AIDS, Article Says

Senegal: Clandestine Sex Workers Linked to Rising HIV/AIDS Rates

WHO Calls for More Access to Vaccines in Developing Nations

European Firms Pledge to Step Up Fight Against AIDS in Africa

HIV Pushing Sufferers in Britain into Poverty


Medical News

HIV, Malaria Interaction Increases Prevalence of Both Diseases in Sub-Saharan Africa, Study Says


Prevention/Epidemiology

Study Examines Link Between Behavior and Sexually Transmitted Infection, HIV Prevalence Among Blacks, Whites

"Love and Respect Us" Public Service Announcements Aim to Reach MSM, Prevent Spread of HIV

California: Inquiry Begins on Hart Program

Health Authorities Rope in Islamic Clerics in Battle Against HIV/AIDS in India's Kashmir


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