NN: So much news, so little time! (Part 2)

With the International AIDS Conference beginning today, new stats from UNAIDS, new stats from the CDC, and reports on the state of AIDS among some US minority groups making waves, AIDS has been getting a ton of media coverage, and I’m very quickly getting totally swamped.  So, while I’d like to actually write about some of this stuff, here are news notes.  (Rather than giving the publication, date, and summary, like I usually do, I’m just going to give a headlines with links.)

UNITAID, UNICEF and WHO announce massive scale-up in fight against HIV in mothers and children

H.I.V. Study Says Rate 40% Higher Than Estimate

Higher HIV infection estimate shows need for routine screening, more funding for care

Federal Health Plan, Medicare Do Not Cover Routine HIV Screening as Recommended by CDC, Bloomberg Reports

TB hampers HIV treatment – study

New Male Circumcision Device For HIV Prevention Studied

Abbott faces more litigation over AIDS drug

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~ by h.e.g. on August 3, 2008.

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