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Welcome to the HIV/AIDS Section of our website.

Please feel free to browse through this section for the latest news, data and statistics, prevention and treatment information, funding, and publications.

The following represents the content we have available in this category:
External link Downside to Antiretrovirals Side effects Exit Disclaimer
In a study published in the September issue of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, researchers found that a popular antiretroviral used by people infected with HIV may also lead to more bone fractures.
External link Rates on the Rise Exit Disclaimer
HIV/AIDS rates increased faster among Asian and Pacific Islanders than among any other racial/ethnic group from 2001 to 2004.
External link HIV’s path to the brain Exit Disclaimer
Researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University have tracked the path of HIV and found how it has bypassed the blood brain barrier to infect the brain and lead to HIV-induced dementia in 20 percent of infected people.
Pacific Resource and Training Center Open in Guam
This new center will serve pacific island jurisdictions with health resources and training opportunities that address HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis (TB) and sexually transmitted infections throughout the U.S. territories.
The Pacific in Action Against HIV/AIDS - Putting the Pieces Together
This gathering of community members, health professionals, and policy makers is one of the critical activities they consider key in harnessing the talent across the Pacific to address the burgeoning HIV epidemic. April 10 - 12, 2007
Get Connected: New TARGET Web Site, Help Desk
Centralize Ryan White Technical Resources

TARGET stands for Technical Assistance Resources, Guidance, Education and Training.
Faith and Leadership Conference on HIV/AIDS and the African Communities in New York
Redemption Outreach Center is bringing together a coalition of faith communities and government agencies to provide a series of topics and information on HIV/AIDS.
External link Supplemental Testing for Confirmation of Reactive Oral Fluid Rapid HIV Antibody Tests
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 12/16/05

A reactive rapid HIV test result is considered preliminary and must be confirmed by supplemental testing.

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