Russia resists needle swap
Combined AIDS pill OK'd for use abroad
Other notable deaths
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AIDS quilt survives, but as museum piece
AIDS growth seen slowing
World Health Organization director dies
Jackie Chan named a 'generous celebrity'
Greatly affected by HIV and AIDS, Shelton Jackson is dedicated to raising awareness about the disease
Swaziland men pick circumcision
Pass up that 'Baby Mama' dance, girls
Legislators act to try to save AIDS funding
As AIDS cases grow, a call for new fight
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A tough job that many will do gladly Volunteering: At Don Miller, house work is never done, on World AIDS Day or any other.
World AIDS Day events to be held throughout day Increasing awareness of epidemic is goal
Celebrities seek safety in Kevlar Clothing: Today's version of the 'silver lining' is bulletproof, Spin reports.
Mark McEwen weathers a decade in the morning TV: Former Marylander becomes morning television's senior personality on an up note. His new CBS slot is attracting attention.
Elton John shops outrageous wardrobe as AIDS...
Court enters debate on arts Justices to rule on law barring public funds for indecent works; 1990 measure at issue; Supreme Court also considers disability status of HIV carriers
Experts warn of much faster spread of AIDS U.N. study nearly doubles estimated rate of worldwide growth
Many forget rapper Eazy-E's warning AIDS: Statistics show that while other groups are successfully dealing with HIV, blacks are dying faster than ever. The question is, why?
'Alive' follows doomed love of gay men
Praise for needle exchange Convert: Miss America once took a stand against the program for drug addicts. A visit to Baltimore has changed her mind.
Man suspected of spreading HIV seen 'running wild from Day 1' Acquaintances, authorities recount life that included drug dealing, street crimes
WMC group wins award for services to students ASAP honored nationally for AIDS-prevention work
Herbert X. Blyden,61, a former inmate who...
50 offer to take weakened AIDS virus to create vaccine Research is too slow, say human guinea pigs
50 want to take AIDS virus in bid to create vaccine 'Guinea pigs' offer selves for experiment, saying research is too slow
Latent AIDS found in patients New drugs diminish but don't eradicate infection, Fauci says
Americans are living longer, CDC reports Teen pregnancies, infant mortality, AIDS deaths decline
Final views Princess Diana's last substantive interview, with journalist Annick Cojean, was published Aug. 27 by the French newspaper Le Monde. She began by focusing on a photograph.
Needle exchange works Cummings bill: Maryland congressman wants to end federal ban on funding programs.
Young gays: Fear recedes, risks rise HIV: A survey in major cities finds alarmingly high rates of unsafe sex practices and the virus that causes AIDS, especially among blacks.
Assisted suicide: We're operating in limbo
The public demands answers about Rita Fisher's...
AIDS deathtoll drops 19% decline recorded in 1st 9 months of '96; new drug mix noted; 'Entering a new era'; But concern voiced over disparity in race, gender percentages
Concerns about HIV, bites said unjustified But bacterial infections, hepatitis another matter
AIDS drug blitz urged Panel of experts wants aggressive treatment from start; Key is new drug cocktails; Phasing in medication to limit side effects called road to failure
AIDS-associated virus linked to myeloma, second most common blood cancer in U.S. Study seen widening search for viruses in other cancers
3.2-mile AIDSWALK raises $385,000 Nearly 10,000 people participate, hear pleas from governor, mayor
AIDS vaccine by 2007 is optimistic, key adviser warns A cure may be developed, yet need years of testing
An AIDS vaccine? Bully pulpit: President's challenge provides valuable focus, but no extra money.
Living with AIDS: the Lazarus syndrome
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At the urging of the Baltimore Teachers...
Western Maryland College activities to celebrate Women's History Month