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AIDS tests without fear

October 6, 2006

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IT TOOK a quarter-century of sustained medical attention, but AIDS is no longer an automatic death sentence, at least in the United States. Millions of infected people are living with AIDS, not dying from it, thanks to improvements in drug therapies known as anti retrovirals. Shockingly, though, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 250,000 Americans are infected ... (Full article: 439 words)

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