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HIV/AIDS Newsroom: November 30, 2004

U.S. News | International News | Medical News | Prevention/Epidemiology | Policy & Politics

Dec. 1 marks the 16th official World AIDS Day, and this year's important event focuses on the female side of the global pandemic. To learn more, visit The Body's home page for World AIDS Day 2004!

U.S. News

U.S. Supreme Court Hears Case Regarding California's Medical Marijuana Law

Wisconsin: University Hosting AIDS Day Events

Florida: World AIDS Day

Kentucky: Crosses Mark World AIDS Day

District of Columbia: Town Hall Meeting in the District

International News

U.N. Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa Calls on Canada to Enact Law Allowing Export of Generic Antiretroviral Drugs

Thais Need Information on Coping With HIV/AIDS; Young People "In Denial" About Dangers, UNDP Survey Says

Washington Post Examines Antiretroviral Drug Rollout in South Africa, Where "Tide Has Begun to Turn"

EU Urges Action to Avert European AIDS Disaster

Abstinence Message Gets Blasted Ahead of World AIDS Day

China President Shakes Hands With AIDS Patients, Vows End to Discrimination

Medical News

Experimental Therapeutic HIV Vaccine Suppressed Virus by at Least 80% in Small Group of Patients, Study Says


U.S. Gonorrhea Rate Drops to Record Low; Increases Seen in Number of Chlamydia, Syphilis Cases, CDC Report Says

Number of AIDS Cases Increases in Saudi Arabia

Policy & Politics

Delaware Lawmakers to Reconsider Legislation Authorizing Pilot Needle-Exchange Program

Bush Seeks Funds for Abstinence Education

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