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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: October 6, 2005

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U.S. News

Georgia: HIV Groups Changing Outreach Efforts

Feds Begin Inquiry Into Delaware Prison Health Care

Michigan: Budget Lacks Hepatitis C Funds for Inmates


International News

Court Rules New Zealand Man Did Not Have to Disclose HIV Status to Partner Because He Used a Condom

Abbott, Tanzanian Government Open Outpatient Center and Clinical Lab as Part of HIV/AIDS Treatment Efforts

UN Puts AIDS in Spotlight in Conservative Saudi Arabia

Ivory Coast HIV Rate Worsened by Conflict: Government

Caribbean Receives $7 Million Grant to Fight AIDS


Medical News

Merck Cervical Cancer Vaccine Prevents Lesions

High Prevalence of Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Female Sex Workers in the Eastern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea: Correlates and Recommendations


Prevention/Epidemiology

Washington, D.C., HIV/AIDS Administrator Wants Condoms in Schools, Needle-Exchange Programs

Soap Operas Include Characters, Storylines With HIV/AIDS for Daytime Unites For Africa Campaign


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