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December 22, 2005

International News | Prevention/Epidemiology | Policy & Politics


International News

U.N. Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa Stephen Lewis to Remain in Post Through 2006

HIV-Positive Chinese Man's Illegal Blood Sales Have Caused 28 New HIV Cases; Clinic Director Says He Originally Tested Negative

Global Fund Discontinues Funding for South Africa's loveLife Program; loveLife Responds

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


Prevention/Epidemiology

Clinics Using OraQuick Oral HIV Test Reporting Rates of False-Positive Results Within Limits on Label, OraSure Announces


Policy & Politics

Senate Approves FY 2006 Spending-Cut Bill That Would Include Cuts to Medicaid

Note: No news updates will be published December 23, 2005 through January 2, 2005.


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