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San Francisco Chronicle Publishes Correction to Its Story About Program to Identify New HIV Infections

February 11, 2009

The San Francisco Chronicle recently published a correction to its story from Feb. 9 about a pilot program to identify new HIV infections soon after they occur. According to the correction, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation initiated the program and is providing the funding. In addition, the program aims to reduce by half the number of new HIV cases by 2015 (San Francisco Chronicle, 2/10).

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