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August 8, 2005

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U.S. News

Black Journalists' Group Debates "Down Low" Coverage

Kentucky: Sex-Education Lessons Vary by School, Grade

Illinois: AIDS Run & Walk Chicago Sept. 17

Georgia: Block Party Targets AIDS

North Dakota: STDs Down in First Half of Year


International News

U.S. to Increase Vietnam's PEPFAR Funding to $34 Million in 2006

New Zealand to Require Testing for HIV, Other Diseases for All Immigrants Staying More Than One Year


Medical News

Invasive Streptococcus pneumoniae Infections Declining in HAART Era


Prevention/Epidemiology

HIV Prevention Program for Injection Drug Users, Commercial Sex Workers Launched in Chinese Province


Commentary & Opinion

U.S. Requirement That AIDS Groups Sign Pledge Against Sex Work "Sabotages" Those It Aims to Protect, Editorial Says


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