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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: May 24, 2005

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U.S. News

New York Proposes Measures to Slow the Spread of AIDS

Washington: Syphilis Hits More Gays and Bisexuals

Florida: Teens' Risky Behavior On Rise

Utah: Two Utahns Are Honored for Leadership in HIV


International News

Men Who Have Sex With Men in Shenzhen, China, Rarely Use Condoms to Prevent Spread of HIV

Rwandan First Lady Says Country's HIV Prevalence Between 4%, 7%

Chicago Tribune Profiles U.S. Physician Working With Women Infected With HIV Through Rape During 1994 Rwandan Genocide

HIV Prevalence Rises in Swaziland Despite Efforts to Fight Disease

Arab Nations' Health Officials Meet to Combat Taboo of Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Mexico: Condom Machines Planned in Schools


Medical News

Antiretroviral Drug Researchers, AIDS Advocates Fail to Reach Consensus Over Viread Trials in Developing Countries

Cost Is Barrier to Receive HIV Testing as Part of Premarital Counseling in China


Prevention/Epidemiology

UNAIDS, UNESCO Sign Agreement on HIV/AIDS Prevention Education in Pakistan


Policy & Politics

British International Development Secretary Urges European Union Ministers to Approve HIV/AIDS, Global Health Action Plan


Commentary & Opinion

Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report Summarizes Opinion Pieces on NIH-Funded AIDS Drug Trials Involving Foster Children


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