Dec 18, 2018
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- AIDS Shot for Cats May Help Research on Human Disease
Boston Globe, 3/26/02.
- Anti-AIDS Drugs, Some Statins Don't Mix: Study
Reuters Health, 3/25/02.
- Helms Says He Will Seek $500 Million Increase in Programs to Fight AIDS Overseas
Associated Press, 3/23/02.
- AIDS Vaccine Developments
- WHO and UNAIDS Continue to Support Use of Nevirapine for Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission
Joint UNAIDS/WHO press statement, 3/22/02.
- Boehringer Ingelheim Comments on HIVNET 012 Trial
Boehringer Ingelheim news release, 3/22/02.
- New List of Safe AIDS Drugs, Despite Industry Lobby
New York Times, 3/21/02.
- Drug Manufacturers: Approving Generic AIDS Drugs Could Reduce Quality
Associated Press, 3/21/02.
- [Médecins Sans Frontières] Urges U.N. to Speed AIDS Drug Advice
- Review of HIVNET 012
U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases news release, 3/22/02.
- Coalition Seeks to Curb Drug Patent Extensions
Washington Post, 3/25/02.
- Initiative to Promote Access to Quality HIV Medicines Releases First Batch of Results Today (full report)
WHO/UNAIDS/UNICEF press release, 3/20/02.
- System for Protecting Humans in Research Faulted
Boston Globe, 3/25/02.
- Calls for Help Exceed Global AIDS Fund Resources
- World Commission [on the Social Dimension of Globalization] Urged to Expand Benefits of Globalization
ILO press release, 3/25/02.
- Governments Adopt, NGOs Reject Monterrey Consensus
U.N. Wire, 3/25/02
- Foreign Aid: Staying Engaged
- More Aid, More Need: Pledges Still Falling Short
New York Times, 3/24/02
- Forging the Monterrey Consensus
New York Times, 3/24/02
- Analysis: Mixed Feelings at Monterrey
BBC News, 3/23/02
- Kennedy Assails Bush Plan on Medical Records Privacy
Washington Post, 3/23/02.
- Nongovernmental Organizations Show Their Growing Power
3/22/02, New York Times.
- Only a Fraction of TB Patients Get the Best Care
WHO press release, 3/22/02.
- Poor Sanitation 'a Global Catastrophe'
BBC News, 3/22/02.
- Living with Hepatitis C
- New Global Campaign Launched to Tackle TB
- U.N.: Poor Nations Need More Aid
Associated Press, 3/21/02.
- Business, NGOs Offer Competing Visions At Monterrey
U.N. Wire, 3/21/02.
- Future World Population Growth to Be Concentrated in Urban Areas of World
U.N. Department of Economic and Social Affairs press release, 3/21/02.
- Action to Promote Equality, Tolerance Urged as UN Marks Anti-Racism Day
U.N. News Centre, 3/21/02.
- HIV/AIDS Is Wiping Out Fifty Years of Investment in Development
UNAIDS press release, 3/19/02
- Cocaine and Intensity of H.I.V. Are Related in a Study of Mice
by Denise Grady (NYT) February 15, 2002.
Research in mice may help explain something that doctors have noticed in people who are infected with H.I.V.: cocaine use seems to make the disease pr...(597words )
- AIDS Vaccine Developments
- Researchers Find AIDS Vaccine Fails Test
by The Associated Press (NYT) January 17, 2002.
In a study that illustrates how difficult a foe AIDS is, a monkey that was given an experimental vaccine died after the virus changed just one of its ...(245words)
- HIV Vaccine Trials 'in Three Years'
- AIDS Vaccine Said Ready in 10 Years
Associated Press, 10/07/01.
- Imperfect AIDS Vaccine Still Useful
Washington Post, 9/9/01.
- New Vaccines May Keep HIV in Check
Washington Post, 9/7/01.
- Phila. Conference Focuses on Pursuit of an HIV Vaccine
Philadelphia Inquirer, 9/6/01
- AIDS Vaccine 'In Sight'
BBC News, 9/6/01.
- Pitfalls, Hope Seen in New AIDS Vaccine Research
- Virus Appears Helpful For AIDS Patients
Washington Post, 9/6/01.
- H.I.V. Patients Get Fresh Hopes for Donor Organs
by Jeff Stryker (NYT) December 11, 2001.
It would not be like him to lie down and die quietly. Larry Kramer, the 66-year-old novelist and playwright, AIDS activist and agitator, is fighting a... (1688words)
- VITAL SIGNS: SIDE EFFECTS; Herbal Aid Saps Strength of H.I.V. Drug
by Eric Nagourney (NYT) December 11, 2001.
Some people with H.I.V. turn to herbal medicines to supplement the mix of conventional drugs they take to keep their infections in check. But now a st... (301words)
- A New Generation: Teenagers Living With H.I.V.
by Linda Villarosa (NYT) November 20, 2001.
On the surface, Alora Gale of Boulder, Colo., is an average teenager. A sophomore at Boulder High School, she likes school and for the most part does ... (1777words)
- VITAL SIGNS: AT RISK; Measure of Calm May Help Fight AIDS
by Eric Nagourney (NYT) October 30, 2001.
Stress, long thought to play a role in many diseases, appears to be an ally of the AIDS virus in its attack on the immune system, researchers said thi... (233words)
- Drug Patent Dispute Poses Trade Threat
Washington Post, 10/26/01.
- Drug Dealing
Guardian (U.K.), 10/24/01.
- Senate Okays Foreign AIDS Money
Reuters Health/Yahoo, 10/25/01.
- Stress Undermines Anti-HIV Drugs, Research Shows
Reuters Health/Yahoo, 10/24/01.
- Anthrax as AIDS
Village Voice, 10/24/01.
- UNICEF Hails Entry into Force of Optional Protocol on the Sale of Children, Child Prostitution and Child Pornography
UNICEF press release, 10/23/01.
- A $9.3B Proposal Outlines Global Campaign against TB
Boston Globe, 10/22/01.
- Administration Won't Allow Generic Versions of Drug
New York Times, 10/18/01.
- Experts Fear a Risky Recipe: Viagra, Drugs and H.I.V.
Making Patents Public: Redefining Intellectual Property When AIDS Drugs Are At Issue
- AIDS conference urges end to discrimination and drug profits
- IPPF International Medical Advisory Panel Reaffirms Opposition to FGM
IPPF News, 10/8/01.
- COMPANY NEWS; F.D.A. PANEL SUPPORTS GILEAD SCIENCES AIDS DRUG
Reuters (NYT) October 4, 2001.
An advisory panel to the Food and Drug Administration gave its support yesterday to the Gilead Sciences experimental AIDS drug Viread which helps redu... (108words)
- FDA Committee Backs Approval of New HIV Drug (Tenofovir)
- AIDS Increases Risk of Non-AIDS-Related Cancers
Reuters Health/Yahoo, 9/27/01.
- HIV-1 Drug Resistance May Diminish Over Time
Reuters Health/Yahoo, 9/26/01.
- Global AIDS and Health Fund to Start Disbursing Money by Late 2001
UN Newservice, 9/25/01.
- 'Invisible Condom' May Prevent HIV and Herpes
Reuters Health/Yahoo, 9/21/01.
- Diaphragm, Microbicide Proposed as HIV Barrier
Reuters Health/Yahoo, 9/19/01.
- HIV Surveillance Poor in Many Countries: Report
Reuters Health/Yahoo, 9/17/01.
- Drug Companies Warn AIDS Research Could Dry Up
- Outsmarting AIDS
- Statement by Médecins Sans Frontières on TRIPS and Affordable Medicines
MSF press release, 9/19/01.
- TB Test 'Could Save Lives'
BBC News, 9/18/01.
- FAO Report Says HIV/AIDS Is Devastating Farming And Worsening Hunger
IRIN, 9/12/01. Full FAO report: The State of Food and Agriculture 2001.
- Newborn Deaths Remain High among Developing Countries
AP/Nando Times, 9/10/01.
- Medical Journals Set New Publication Rules
Washington Post, 9/10/01.
- Debt Relief Moves Hit by Poor Progress on Reforms
Financial Times, 9/10/01.
- Dutch Study Finds AIDS Drugs Misused
- Confronting global AIDS: prevention and treatment
Am J Public Health Sept 2001;91(9):1348-49. Editorial.
- AIDS expert challenges ethical stance on drug trials
BMJ Sept 8, 2001;323:531. News.
- The Genesis of an Epidemic: Humans, Chimps and a Virus
NYT. September 4, 2001.
- Abstain, Yes. But With Your Eyes Wide Open
Washington Post op-ed, 9/2/01.
Briefing Note: HIV/AIDS Related Events at the World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance
Gay-Sensitive HIV Education Can Cut Risky Behavior
Reuters Health/Yahoo, 8/28/01.
A Charge to Take AIDS Messages From a National to a Global Scale
NYT. 8/28/01. Interview with Dr. Helene Gayle.
Bringing the Pharmaceuticals Industry to Its Senses
Financial Times letter to the editor, 8/30/01.
IUDs May Be Safe for HIV-Positive Women: Study
Reuters Health, 8/28/01.
Privacy Worry May Keep HIV Patients From Therapy
Reuters Health/Yahoo, 8/27/01.
Oral Sex Poses Low HIV Risk: [UCSF] Study Fails to Find Any Infected People
AIDS scandals around the world
BBC. 9 August, 2001.
A Warrior in the AIDS Fight Never Rests
CNN.com, 8/10/01. Profile of Dr. Anthony Fauci, director, U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Clinton Pushes the AIDS Fight
Chicago Tribune, 8/9/01.
Regulation of Overseas Drug Trials Is Pursued
Washington Post, 8/4/01.
Vocal Critics at AIDSChief's Debut: Faces Skeptics at HIV Conference
A Shot at HIV Reduction: Coalition Promotes Needle Swap
World Health System Ranking Reveals Surprises
Reuters Health/Yahoo, 8/10/01.
Condom Report: Interview with Mi Chi Veravidea
The World, 8/6/01. [Audio]
Project Focuses on Virus' Effects on Women
Los Angeles Times, 8/6/01.
Caution about HIV Drugs 'Misplaced'
Guardian (UK), 8/3/01.
Female Condom 7x Safe
Health-e (South Africa), 8/2/01.
Parents, Boys Say Help Needed With Discussing Sexual Issues
Washington Post, 8/2/01.
Study Says 20% of Girls Reported Abuse by a Date
New York Times, 8/1/01.
Paul Livingstone Tito Omukuba: The Almost Unknown Soldierof the War on AIDS Died on July 9th, Aged 34
More Women Needed in AIDS Research, Doctors Say
Launch of Global AIDS Fund at G-8 Summit Gets Mixed Raction
IPPF News, 7/24/01.
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