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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: January 28, 2005

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U.S. News

Louisiana: Grant Awarded


International News

Former Pres. Clinton, World Leaders at World Economic Forum Call for Increased Spending on HIV/AIDS, Poverty in Africa

San Francisco Chronicle Profiles Photographer's Work With African AIDS Orphans

North Africa, Middle East: HIV/AIDS Groups Aim to Nip a Rising Threat


Medical News

People in U.S. Three Times as Likely to Experience Adverse Effects, Including Premature Death, Because of Sexual Activity, Study Says

Sex Map Shows Chain of Almost 300 High School Lovers


Prevention/Epidemiology

South African Catholic Church Condemns Condom Use to Prevent HIV Spread

No State Excels in Preventing Cervical Cancer

Urban Meth: Drug With Rural Ties Becoming "Major Threat" in Some Cities


Policy & Politics

White House Officials Say Bush Administration Funding Pledges for Global HIV/AIDS Programs Being Met


Commentary & Opinion

U.K. Finance Minister's International Plan to Fight HIV/AIDS Has "Serious Flaws," Editorial Says


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