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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: October 26, 2005

U.S. News | International News | Medical News | Policy & Politics


U.S. News

Nevada Board to Consider Pharmacist Conscience Rules

Maryland: Panel OKs Study on Reusing Drugs

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International News

New York Times Examines Lewis' Criticism of South African HIV/AIDS Treatment Policies in New Book

U.K. Microbicides Development Programme Begins Enrollment of Phase III Trial in Africa

Pacific Can Avoid AIDS Crisis, Officials Say

Jesse Jackson Gives Backing to South Africa's AIDS Plans

Staff Crunch Hurts Mozambique's AIDS Battle

AIDS Epidemic Fastest Growing and Getting Worse in Ex-Communist Countries, UN Says


Medical News

Male Circumcision Might Reduce Risk of Female-to-Male HIV Transmission by About 60%, Study Says

Tanox to Report Promising Results for AIDS Drug

Blind Sampling Is Superior to Anoscope Guided Sampling for Screening for Anal Intraepithelial Neoplasia


Policy & Politics

Senate Passes Bill to Protect World's Orphans, Vulnerable Children, Many of Whom Affected by AIDS


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