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July 5, 2005

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

U.S. News

Mississippi Medicaid to Continue Providing HIV/AIDS Drugs Despite New Prescription Drug Policy Limit

International News

AIDS Conference Calls for Asian Nations to Seize Chance to Reverse Epidemic

Washington Post Examines Iran's Response to HIV/AIDS Epidemic, Including Offering Clean Needles to Heroin Users

High HIV Prevalence Among Commercial Sex Workers, Street Children in Moscow Could Fuel National Epidemic, Study Says

Asian Tsunami Has Raised AIDS Risk -- United Nations

Doctors Sound Alarm on Number of HIV/AIDS Orphans in India's Northeast

China AIDS Victims Fight Bad Drugs, Ineptitude

Russia Using Show-Biz Stars in Anti-AIDS Campaign

Australia Ups Donation to AIDS Fight by Additional $5 Million

Medical News

Circumcision Might Reduce Risk of HIV Transmission From Woman to Man by About 70%, Study Says

Pfizer Drops Development of Antiretroviral Capravirine, Citing Lack of Efficacy in Trials

Science Magazine Examines Feasibility of HIV Vaccine


U.S. Preventive Services Task Force Recommends Voluntary HIV Testing for All Pregnant Women

Policy & Politics

NIH Internal Review Says Division of AIDS "A Troubled Organization"; Whistleblower Fishbein Fired

Aurobindo Pharma Receives Tentative FDA Approval to Produce Generic Antiretroviral Stavudine for PEPFAR

Commentary & Opinion

Federal Requirement That AIDS Groups Sign Statement Against Sex Work Also Might Silence Them on Abortion, Editorial Says

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