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July 22, 2005

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U.S. News

Colorado: Results of Condom Testing a Concern

California: Leaders Split on Needle Access

Maine: Portland Gets in Some Kicks for Health

District of Columbia: AIDS Group Interested in Taking Over Whitman-Walker's Virginia Clinic

International News

India Must Enhance HIV/AIDS Programs in Two Densely Populated States, Among High-Risk Groups, Country's AIDS Director Says

Ugandan Lawmaker to Provide University Scholarships to Virgin Girls as Part of HIV/AIDS Fight

Some AIDS Prevention Groups Working in Africa Upset Over Limits on U.S. Funding, "The World" Reports

Clinton in Kenya to Announce New Program to Put 1,000 HIV-Positive Children on Antiretroviral Drugs

Toronto Star Examines How Hospital Is Raising Funds to Deliver ARV Drugs to HIV-Positive Patients in Malawi

Trimeris Shares Increase 13% as Sales of Fuzeon Rise in Europe, Brazil; Analysts Predict Profit as Early as 2006

Recent Releases: Kaiser Family Foundation Report on G7 HIV/AIDS Spending; BMJ Article on How Social Change Affects HIV Spread in Europe

UN, NGOs Say China Must Do More to Help Children Affected by HIV/AIDS

Thailand: Men's Clinic Fills Sexual Health Niche

Uganda Exceeds Target on Providing Free HIV/AIDS Treatment to Patients

China Turns to Cartoons to Get AIDS Message Across

Medical News to Webcast Key Sessions of 3rd IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis and Treatment

HIV Prevalence Among Injecting Drug Users in England and Wales 1990 to 2003: Evidence for Increased Transmission in Recent Years

Commentary & Opinion

U.S. Should Do More to Curb Spread of HIV, Other Diseases in Prisons, Editorial Says

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