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Wards 7 and 8 are struggling with some of the highest rates of newly reported HIV/AIDS cases in the city. But the D.C. Health Department has delivered only a fraction of $100 million in AIDS funding to specialized nonprofit groups in the area.

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D.C.'s largest needle exchange short of money
Article | Despite $1 million in city AIDS funding over three years, the District's largest needle-exchange program is nearly out of cash and has at times been unable to supply clean syringes to intravenous drug users.

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