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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: April 26, 2006

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U.S. News

San Francisco Begins Sending Safer Sex Advice Via Cell Phone Text Messages

New York: Mark's Place Serves as Stepping Stone

New York: Mount Vernon Teens Convey Facts on AIDS

New Alabama Law Calls for Testing Rape Suspects


International News

Washington Post Profiles HIV-Positive South African Woman Featured in AIDS Diary Project

Chinese Company Refuses Comment on Claims It Spread AIDS to Hemophiliacs

Bangladesh Hosts South Asian Health Ministers to Discuss AIDS, Bird Flu

African Leaders to Hold Summit on AIDS, Malaria


Medical News

Ten Percent of New HIV Cases Have Virus Mutation Associated With Antiretroviral Resistance, Researcher Says at Microbicide Conference

Study Examines Skin Disease Patterns Among HIV-Positive People

Genetic Test to Give Clues on Treatment of Hepatitis C

Gender Differences in the Prediction of Condom Use Among Incarcerated Juvenile Offenders: Testing the Information-Motivation-Behavior Skills (IMB) Model


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