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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: May 18, 2005

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U.S. News

New Jersey: Rep. Pascrell Joins Fight for Control of AIDS Funding

Louisiana: Syphilis on Rise Among Gay Men

North Carolina: Teen Health Earns Challenge Grant

International News

Bush, Mandela Discuss Fighting HIV/AIDS in Africa, Debt Relief for Developing Countries

Many Malawian Pregnant Women Choose Not to Be Tested for HIV Because of Stigma Surrounding Disease, BBC News Reports

UNICEF, Myanmar Government Launch Program to Prevent Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission

Filipinos Uneducated About HIV/AIDS, Spread of Disease, Government Survey Says

AIDS-Related Illnesses Leading Cause of Death in South Africa in 2000, Medical Research Council Report Says

Antiretroviral Drug Researchers, AIDS Advocates to Meet to Discuss Concerns Over Viread Trials in Developing Countries

Recent Releases: AVAC AIDS Vaccine Handbook; U.N. Millennium Project Report on Fighting AIDS in Developing World

Canada: Needle Exchange Came Too Late -- Cushman

Medical News

Schering-Plough Hepatitis C Treatment More Effective Than Roche Treatment, Especially Among Obese Patients, Study Says

United Kingdom, Ireland: Late HIV Diagnosis "A Problem"

Policy & Politics

Tobias Rescinds Document Requiring Groups Receiving Money Through Global Fund to Oppose Commercial Sex Work

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