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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: August 23, 2006

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U.S. News

New York City?s HIV-Infected Testing Earlier

Sex-Disease Cases Soar in Utah County


International News

Opponents of Male Circumcision Urge International Organizations Not to Back Procedure as HIV Prevention Strategy

GlaxoSmithKline Withdraws Application Seeking Patent for Antiretroviral Drug Combivir in India

Design and Evaluation of a Drama-Based Intervention to Promote Voluntary Counseling and HIV Testing in a South African Community

Middle East; North Africa: Stigma, Taboo Create Conditions for Stealthy Mideast AIDS Epidemic

South African AIDS Activists to Launch Sweeping Protests

Groups Win Red Ribbon Awards for Work on HIV/AIDS


Medical News

Initial Results of HIV Vaccine Trial in China Show It Is Safe, Effective, Government Agency Says

Gen-Probe Gets FDA OK for STD Test


Policy & Politics

Sen. Rodham Clinton's Stalling on Ryan White CARE Act Reauthorization Upsets Some HIV/AIDS Advocates, Garners Support From Others

Sen. Obama Plans to Take Televised HIV Test During Visit to Kenya


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