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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: November 14, 2005

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U.S. News

LAPD to Remind Officers of Policy Supporting Needle Exchanges, Police Chief Says

Boston Globe Examines AIDS Advocates' Lobbying Efforts Against AIDS-Related Wasting Drug Maker Serono

Syphilis Infections on Rise in New Mexico


International News

Antiretrovirals to Remain in Short Supply if Steps Not Taken, WHO Official Says; AHF Criticizes GSK for Retrovir Supply

United Kingdom: One in Nine Among Under-25s Test Positive for Chlamydia

Sorcery, Shame Hinder Papua New Guinea Fight Against AIDS

Southern China Builds Special Prisons to House HIV/AIDS Inmates

Asian Development Bank Approves $8 Million Grant to Boost AIDS Fight in Pacific


Medical News

FDA, Biogen Idec Say HIV-Positive People Should Not Take Skin Disorder Drug Amevive

Prevalence and Risk Factors for Hepatitis C Virus Infection Among Adolescents in Detention


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