AIDS/HIV

SAN FRANCISCO -- AIDS prevention advocates are hailing a pill newly shown to protect against HIV as a great tool for disease prevention.
 
3 big developments make AIDS outlook more hopeful (AP, November 24, 2010; 2:17 PM)
 
Anti-AIDS groups hail drug but worry over cost (AP, November 24, 2010; 3:06 AM)
 
Daily drug lowers AIDS risk, study says (Post, November 24, 2010; 12:49 AM)
 
Daily AIDS drug lowers risk of HIV, study finds (Post, November 24, 2010)
 
3 big developments make AIDS outlook more hopeful (AP, November 23, 2010; 9:31 PM)
 
U.S. seeking to hand off oversight of AIDS program: Administration wants services to become routine for nations (Post, December 9, 2009)
 
Fenty Urged to Get Out Front on AIDS: Mayor Should Seize Opportunities Such as Walk, Activists Say (Post, October 3, 2009)
 
AIDS Prevention Having an Effect: New Cases Have Stabilized Since 1998, CDC Reports in Update on Epidemic (Post, August 3, 2008)
 
AIDS Infection Rate in U.S. Higher Than Previously Estimated (Post, August 2, 2008; 2:24 PM)
 
House Votes to Continue and Expand President's Global Effort Against AIDS (Post, April 3, 2008)
 
Vaccine Failure Is Setback in AIDS Fight: Test Subjects May Have Been Put at Extra Risk Of Contracting HIV (Post, March 21, 2008)
 
The AIDS Relief Miracle (By Michael Gerson, March 12, 2008)
 
Pact Would Give Global AIDS Fight Triple the Money (Post, February 28, 2008)
 
African AIDS Crisis Outlives $15 Billion Bush Initiative (Post, February 20, 2008)
 
Laura Bush Promotes AIDS Initiative (AP, February 17, 2008; 10:39 AM)
 
Bush Asks Congress to Back AIDS Program (AP, February 17, 2008; 2:51 AM)
 
HIV-AIDS Curriculum To Expand In the Fall: 'We're in a Crisis,' Rhee's Assistant Says (Post, January 17, 2008)
 
Teen Voices of AIDS: As the Epidemic Continues, Some Young Victims Begin to Speak Up (Post, January 8, 2008)
 
A Shot at Stopping AIDS (By Seth Berkley, December 18, 2007)
 
Lawmakers Protest HIV/AIDS Travel Rule (AP, December 11, 2007; 1:54 PM)
 
Getting AIDS Education on Track in India: In a Country Where the Topic Is Taboo, Government Delivers Message by Train (Post, December 7, 2007)
 
New HIV-AIDS Cases Dip in Va.: 6,000 May Not Know They're Infected, Studies Say (Post, December 6, 2007)
 
When It Comes to AIDS, a Tale of Two Washingtons (By Jose Antonio Vargas, December 2, 2007)
 
Estimate of AIDS Cases In U.S. Rises: New Test Places the Rate Of Infection 50 Percent Higher (Post, December 1, 2007)
 
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