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January 3, 2006

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

U.S. News

Chicago Tribune Examines Controversy Surrounding Move From Code-Based HIV Reporting to Names-Based Reporting in Illinois

Washington: Nonprofit Rise N' Shine Helps HIV Families


International News

Agence France-Presse Examines Spread of HIV/AIDS Among Married Women in Cambodia

China to Increase HIV Prevention Funding to $185 Million Annually in 2006, 2007

CBS' "60 Minutes" Interviews Former President Clinton on Efforts to Fight HIV/AIDS in China

France's Parliament Approves Airline Tax to Fund HIV/AIDS Programs

Dallas Morning News Examines HIV/AIDS Epidemics in Honduras, Guatemala

NPR's "All Things Considered" Examines Efforts to Provide HIV/AIDS Treatment to Children in Kenyan Slum

European Commission to Deliver Humanitarian Aid, Including HIV/AIDS Funding, to Myanmar

Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune Examine Effect of Zimbabwe's Economic Crisis on Access to Antiretrovirals

Libyan Court Overturns Death Sentences, Orders Retrial of Bulgarian Nurses Accused of Infecting Children With HIV

AP/Citizen Examines Botswana's Success at Increasing Access to Antiretrovirals

Nigeria Pledges to Begin Providing Antiretrovirals at No Cost in 2006

United Kingdom: "Twice As Many" Men Pay for Sex

Medical News

Drug Companies Unlikely to Develop HIV Vaccine; Government Must Invest More in Development, NIH Official Says

Infants Born to HIV-Positive Women With Herpes More Likely to Contract HIV, Study Says

Which Comes First in Adolescence -- Sex and Drugs or Depression?


AIDS Healthcare Foundation Criticizes Pfizer for New Year's Eve Ad Promoting Erectile Dysfunction Drug

U.S. Funding Cuts for Condoms, Abstinence Promotion "Hindering" ABC Prevention Programs, Advocates Say, NPR Reports

Associated Press Examines Indian HIV Prevention Program That Trains Barbers to Promote Prevention Among Clients

Washington Post Examines Use of Circumcision in Swaziland to Prevent HIV Transmission

Massachusetts to Push Abstinence in Schools

Commentary & Opinion

U.S. Should Model Global HIV Programs After Successful Initiatives in Other Countries, Editorial Says

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