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June 14, 2005

U.S. News | International News | Medical News | Prevention/Epidemiology | Policy & Politics | Commentary & Opinion

U.S. News

More Than 1 Million HIV-Positive People Living in United States; Nearly Half of Cases Among African Americans, CDC Says

More Living With HIV, but Concerns Remain

Georgia: Quick Results Up Number of People Getting HIV Test

Pennsylvania: AIDS Group Urges Philadelphia to "Get Tested; Get Treated"

Kansas, Missouri: AIDS Rate in Kansas City Has Fallen

International News

Amid the Shadows, Pakistan's Third Sex Face HIV Threat: Hijras Could Trigger Disease Explosion, Says Report

Zimbabwe Doctors Condemn Government Eviction Campaign

Russia: HIV Epidemic Hits Hard Across Siberia

Medical News

Protests Might Slow Trials Aimed at Determining if Antiretroviral Drug Viread Could Prevent HIV Infection

Zimbabwe: Program in Harare to Prevent HIV Transmission via Breastfeeding Is Effective


About 80% of People Worldwide Do Not Have Access to Safe Blood; Contaminated Blood Causes 5% of HIV Infections in Africa

Policy & Politics

PEPFAR Likely to Meet 2 Million Treatment Target, Bush Says

CMS Medicare Prescription Drug Formularies to Cover Nearly All HIV/AIDS-Related Medications

Commentary & Opinion

Advocates' Protests of Drug Trials Could Result in More Africans, Asians Dying of AIDS-Related Causes, Opinion Piece Says

Southern African HIV Prevention Efforts Must Come From People Who Understand Local Beliefs, Opinion Piece Says

Public, Private Pledges Needed to Get Washington, D.C.-Based HIV/AIDS Clinic Out of Financial Crisis, Editorial Says

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