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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: February 24, 2005

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International News

UNICEF Director Calls on China to Expand HIV/AIDS Prevention, Treatment Efforts

USA Today Examines India's HIV/AIDS Epidemic, Responses From Government, Nongovernmental Organizations

Inadequate Health Infrastructures in Africa Limiting Number of Patients Receiving HIV/AIDS Care, Boston Globe Reports

South Africa: Anglo Workers Slow to Accept Offer of Free AIDS Drugs

No Evidence of Novel HIV Strain in Canadian National Database: Health Agency

Nigeria to Dramatically Increase Drugs Coverage for HIV/AIDS Patients


Medical News

Cameroon Health Ministry Agrees to Resume Viread Trial; FHI to Help Participants Infected During Study Find Treatment

Online Syphilis Testing Shows Promise

AIDS Drug Cocktails May Double Heart Risk

Scientists Discover a Key to How AIDS Virus Attacks the Body


Prevention/Epidemiology

Uganda's Decline in HIV/AIDS Prevalence Attributed to Increased Condom Use, Early Death From AIDS, Study Says

Officials Discuss Increasing HIV/AIDS Incidence Among Women in Middle East, North Africa, Call for Action


Policy & Politics

Utah: AIDS Medication Funding Thrown Into Doubt


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