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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: August 24, 2006

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U.S. News

Texas Prison Policy to Say Incoming Inmates "Shall Be Tested" for HIV Unless They Refuse; State Senator Seeks Mandatory Entry Tests

South Carolina: Groups Stress Economic Impact of HIV


International News

Many Indian Parliamentarians Hold Incorrect Beliefs About HIV Transmission, Survey Says

HIV/AIDS Advocates Call on Health Officials to Monitor More Closely, Increase Funding for HIV/AIDS Among Women

Some Sex Workers in Kenya Might Carry Gene That Protects Them From HIV, Study Finds

Government Under Fire as New AIDS Protests Hit South Africa

Africa: Study Finds AIDS Effort Helps Economies

Refugees Need HIV Treatment Too: NGOs

Canada: Conservatives Question Safe Injection Site

South Africa: Case Prolonging Prisoners' Suffering


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