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July 18, 2005

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U.S. News

New York Times Examines Controversy Surrounding, History of AIDS Drug Trials Involving Foster Children

NIAID Establishes Consortium to Research, Develop HIV Vaccines

New York: Denial of Prisoner's Hepatitis Treatment "Cruel and Unusual," Court Says

Florida: An Urban Cowboy Travels Daytona Beach's Streets in a Quest to Combat AIDS and Other Diseases

Pennsylvania: AIDS Program Funded

California: San Francisco AIDS Walk Raises Millions for Charities

International News

Clinton Says Foundation Plans to Expand Programs to Treat 60,000 HIV-Positive Children Next Year

NBA Player Yao Ming Visits With AIDS Orphans in China

HIV-Positive Women, Children in Russia Face Widespread Discrimination, Abuse, Report Says

Indian Government Approves Second HIV Vaccine for Phase I Clinical Trial

South Africa: AIDS Torch Celebrates Mandela's 87th Birthday

China: Shanghai Leads Nation in Use of Condoms


Federal STD Prevention Found Healthy by CDC

Commentary & Opinion

New York City's Refusal to Use Viral Load Testing for HIV Diagnosis Will Not Prevent Infections, Opinion Piece Says

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