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Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS aims to meet rising need for low-income support services during tough economy (access required)

Last month the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released data showing that the number of AIDS infections in the United States has been underestimated by 40 percent every year for more than a decade. The CDC’s research cites 56,300 new infections annually — not 40,000 assumed for many years. This is not surprising news ...

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