AIDS in the District

The leading provider of clean needles to drug addicts in the District to help stem the spread of AIDS plans to shut its doors by the end of the month, officials said Wednesday, in the city that has the highest HIV/AIDS prevalence rate in the country.
 
A Living AIDS Quilt
The story of HIV and AIDS in Washington, 25 years after the start of the epidemic, including audio, video and archive coverage.
D.C. AIDS program faces uncertainty after director resigns (Post, June 10, 2010; 4:53 PM)
 
D.C. AIDS director abruptly resigns: Fenty names chief medical officer Elias to serve as interim leader (Post, June 9, 2010)
 
Study: 14% of gay men in District are HIV positive: A third don't know partner status; health officials urge twice-a-year testing (Post, March 26, 2010)
 
New cases of AIDS have fallen in D.C.: DROP SEEN IN PAST 4 YEARS
Epidemic rate continues to worry health officials
(Post, March 18, 2010)
 
D.C. rushing to fix AIDS records snag: Dozens of problems found at federally funded clinics in region (Post, March 2, 2010)
 
Obama budget allots millions to D.C. area: Plan would help Metro upgrades, cleanup of the Chesapeake Bay (Post, February 2, 2010)
 
District, NIH announce new initiative aimed at HIV/AIDS epidemic (Post, January 12, 2010; 6:50 PM)
 
Commemoration and inspiration at GMU on World AIDS Day (Post, December 1, 2009)
 
D.C. AIDS activist among new Rhodes scholars: 2 others from Virginia among 32 nationwide to win top honor (Post, November 23, 2009)
 
Study in D.C. to test whether HIV treatment can prevent spread: NIH to offer tools to improve patient tracking, follow-up (Post, November 13, 2009)
 
Probe sought into how D.C. funds AIDS groups: GOP congressmen cite concerns about 'lack of oversight' (Post, October 31, 2009)
 
About the investigation (Post, October 18, 2009)
 
D.C. AIDS WALK: Stepping Up for Clinic By Raising $800,000 (Post, October 4, 2009)
 
THE DISTRICT: Newly Opened Clinic to Offer Hundreds Free HIV/AIDS Care (Post, September 25, 2009)
 
D.C.'s Ex-Dealers Back On Streets -- Saving Lives: Group Takes HIV Prevention to Old Haunts (Post, August 26, 2009)
 
House Bill Lifts Ban On Needle Exchanges: Funding Would Give D.C. Tool in HIV Fight (Post, July 25, 2009)
 
Amendment on Needle Exchange Program Worries AIDS Activists (Post, July 16, 2009; 6:35 PM)
 
High-Profile Help Offered Against AIDS In the District (Post, June 25, 2009)
 
Catania, Director Fighting Over AIDS Clinic Mission: Funding, Expansion Beyond Gay Base at Issue (Post, April 24, 2009)
 
Awareness Campaign On HIV/AIDS Begins: U.S. to Spend $45 Million Over 5 Years (Post, April 8, 2009)
 
PRINCE GEORGE'S PUBLIC HEALTH: County Still No. 2 in Md. For STDs, Official Says (Post, March 25, 2009)
 
City Says HIV Count Is Likely Too Low: District to Wage Testing Campaign On Heels of Report (Post, March 17, 2009)
 
HIV/AIDS Rate in D.C. Hits 3%: Considered a 'Severe' Epidemic, Every Mode of Transmission Is Increasing, City Study Finds (Post, March 15, 2009)
 
D.C. Aims to Publicize City's HIV-AIDS Epidemic (Post, September 24, 2008; 4:32 PM)
 
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