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August 10, 2005

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U.S. News

New Jersey: The Number of Older HIV/AIDS Patients Is Growing

Lawmaker Says New Data Show Condom Labels Should Not Be Changed

District of Columbia Criticized for Not Treating AIDS as a Citywide Health Crisis


International News

Latin American Countries Reach Agreement With Drug Companies to Receive Discounted Antiretrovirals

Investor's Business Daily Interviews Patent Lawyer on AIDS Drug Price Dispute Between Brazil, Abbott Laboratories

Majority of Rwandans Consider Either Poverty or HIV/AIDS to Be Country's Main Problem, Survey Says

Globe and Mail Examines Saudi Arabia's Treatment of HIV-Positive Foreigners

Up to a Third of Zimbabwe Teachers Infected With HIV, Report Says

China: 86 Orphans of AIDS Victims to Live With Beijing Volunteer Families


Medical News

Gilead's Combination of Antiretrovirals Truvada, Sustiva Not Bioequivalent to Two Drugs Alone, Study Says

Use of and Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy Is Associated With Decreased Sexual Risk Behavior in HIV Clinic Patients


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