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NBC News, 10 July 2012
Yes, you can use pills to prevent AIDS, review finds

New York Times, 15 July 2012
Distributing, Then Confiscating Condoms

Bloomberg, 16 July 2012
Anti-AIDS Pill Out of Sex-Worker Reach in Push for Cure

The Washington Post, 18 July 2012
International AIDS Conference will have a big footprint in host city D.C. next week  

National Public Radio, 18 July 2012
HIV Cure is closer as Patient’s Full Recovery Inspires New Research  

USA Today, 18 July 2012
The AIDS epidemic: Beginning of the end?

The Wall Street Journal, 18 July 2012
AIDS Cure is Back on Agenda

Washington Informer, 18 July 2012
International AIDS Conference Poised for Kick Off

Reuters, 19 July 2012
Toward a cure for AIDS: Scientists set research agenda

The Independent, 19 July 2012
The proof that AIDS can be cured?

The Guardian, 19 July 2012
A Cure for AIDS?  

Slate, 19 July 2012
Obama is Missing a Historic Opportunity to Reverse an Assailed AIDS Tradition

USA Today, 19 July 2012
Science sets its sights again on an AIDS cure

Associated Press, 19 July 2012
AIDS specialists release ‘road-map’ for HIV cure

San Francisco Chronicle, 19 July 2012
AIDS conference makes return to US

The Washington Post, 20 July 2012
Shift in strategy to treatment as prevention for HIV/AIDS  

The Independent, 20 July 2012
HIV cure research ‘must not jeopardise existing projects’

Radio Australia, 20 July 2012
Global Strategy to find AIDS cure  

PBS Newshour, 20 July 2012
AIDS Conference Returns to U.S. for First Time Since 1990

Voice of America, 20 July 2012
Marshaling Resources to Stop AIDS Epidemic

The Washington Post, 20 July 2012
For Americans with HIV, there are many obstacles to successful treatment

Vanity Fair, 21 July 2012
Vanity Fair Nominates: Dr Diane Havlir

Huffington Post, 21 July 2012
We can end AIDS

Scientific American, 21 July 2012
International AIDS Conference Returns to U.S. with Much Remaining Undone

WTOP radio, 21 July 2012
A quilt and a conference: Calling for an end to AIDS

AIDSMeds, 21 July 2012
Ending AIDS: AVAC, amfAR Outline Key Interventions, Priorities

Salem News, 21 July 2012
Campaign to Promote Circumcision Wastes Resources

ABC News, 22 July 2012
End to AIDS Epidemic: Is It Near?

NBC News, 22 July 2012
AIDS conference opens with eye to a cure

The Washington Post, 22 July 2012
Everything’s different (almost) since last international AIDS conference in U.S.

Yahoo News, 22 July 2012
AIDS conference opens Sunday at key turning point

Al Jazeera, 22 July 2012
DC hosts AIDS event in shadow of epidemic  

The Grio, 22 July 2012
AIDS conference: First time in U.S. since HIV ban

The Globe and Mail, 22 July 2012
'We can end AIDS,' international conference told

All Africa, 22 July 2012
Africa: World Bank President Remarks at the Opening Plenary, International Aids Conference 2012

Washington Times, 22 July 2012
Conference: ‘We can start to end AIDS’

Washington Times, 22 July 2012
Fauci says ‘AIDS-free generation’ is possible

Politico, 22 July 2012
After 22 years, AIDS conference comes to D.C.

Bloomberg, 23 July 2012
New Strategies needed to end AIDS epidemic, Speakers say

USA Today, 23 July 2012
Begin HIV treatment sooner, not later, experts say

Wall Street Journal, 23 July 2012
U.S. pledges more funding to fight AIDS world-wide  

Examiner, 23 July 2012
Sec Hilary Clinton addresses 2012 International AIDS Conference  

Los Angeles Times, 23 July 2012
Scientists make curing HIV a priority  

The Washington Post, 23 July 2012
The found generation of the HIV/AIDS epidemic  

AIDSmeds, 23 July 2012
Fauci, Wilson, Clinton: Moving Towards an AIDS-Free Generation  

The Washington Post, 23 July 2012
In 2012, AIDS is a different beast for gay men in D.C.  

National Public Radio, 23 July 2012
AIDS Returns To The U.S. Spotlight

The Washington Post, 23 July 2012
‘Clowns’ act out against HIV/AIDS

Washington Blade, 23 July 2012
AIDS 2012: Clinton announces 'blueprint' for 'AIDS-free generation'

The Washington Post, 23 July 2012
D.C. women with HIV: The new face of the city's AIDS epidemic

Reuters, 23 July 2012
Bill Gates says much more work needed to turn tide of AIDS

Washington Post, 23 July 2012
The perfect place for the International AIDS Conference

The Telegraph, 23 July 2012
Elton John tells Aids conference: 'I should be dead’   

ZEIT online, 23 July 2012 (GERMAN)
Clinton: «Können Kampf gegen Aids gewinnen»

China Daily, 23 July 2012
Global AIDS conference kicks off amid US lag in combating pandemic

ABC News, 23 July 2012
Clinton Says U.S. is Committed to an AIDS-Free Generation

San Francisco Chronicle, 23 July 2012
Elton John: 'I shouldn't be here today'

Politico, 23 July 2012
Hillary Clinton vows ‘AIDS-free generation’ at conference

USA Today, 23 July 2012
Compassion can help defeat AIDS, Elton John tells conference

All Africa, 23 July 2012
Nigeria: Leaders, Experts Express Optimism to Total Eradication of HIV/Aids Epidemic

Democracy Now, 23 July 2012
International AIDS Conference Opens in D.C.

Los Angeles Times, 23 July 2012
Scientists make curing HIV a priority

Reuters, 23 July 2012
Bill Gates says much more work needed to turn tide of AIDS

CNN, 23 July 2012
Talk of 'cure' at historic AIDS conference

Wamu Radio, 23 July 2012
Global Village At AIDS Conference Engages Visitors With Advocates

CBS News, 23 July 2012
HIV specialists, advocates urge international action at "turning point" in AIDS fight

National Public Radio, 23 July 2012
International AIDS Conference Opens In D.C.

Washington Blade. 23 July 2012
AIDS 2012: Sebelius unveils public-private collaborations to fight disease

The Guardian, 23 July 2012
Aids still a threat, conference told

Los Angeles Times, 24 July 2012
2012 AIDS meeting: Early treatment is key, experts say

The Independent, 24 July 2012
Hillary Clinton’s AIDS pledge met with funding warning  

The Daily Mail, 24 July 2012
'I should be dead': Elton John says AIDS should have killed him like his friends Freddie Mercury and Rock Hudson

The Sun, 24 July 2012
Elton John: I should have died of AIDS in the ‘90s

National Public Radio, 24 July 2012
How to make condoms for women fashionable

USA Today, 24 July 2012
Teens, especially blacks, have reduced HIV risks, study says

National Public Radio, 24 July 2012
Needle exchanges often overlooked in AIDS fight

Los Angeles Times, 24 July 2012
HIV prevention done right

Los Angeles Times, 24 July 2012
New drug combination may shorten, simplify TB therapy  

NBC News, 24 July 2012
A ‘generation without AIDS’? Prevention strategy faces massive challenges

Examiner, 24 July 2012
A Moment with One Bad Pirate at AIDS 2012

National Public Radio, 24 July 2012
Black teens are getting the message on HIV, but risks are still there

Examiner, 24 July 2012
Moment with Ms. Michelle the Quilter at AIDS 2012

Radio Australia, 24 July 2012
International AIDS conference delegates optimistic for future  

The Washington Post, 24 July 2012
At AIDS conference, young performers tell the world of HIV’s impact on the District and their lives

Cleveland, 24 July 2012
International AIDS Conference 2012: Envisioning the beginning of an AIDS-free generation

Bizbash, 24 July 2012
Custom Training Prepared D.C. for AIDS 2012 Attendees

The Nation, 24 July 2012
AIDS conference begins in US

Radio Australia, 24 July 2012
Clinton sets AIDS-free generation goal

The Guardian, 24 July 2012
Elton John at Aids conference: 'I should be dead. I nearly died'

Southern California Public Radio, 24 July 2012
Scientists discuss a cure for AIDS at international conference|

The Huffington Post, 24 July 2012
Anti-AIDS Vaginal Ring Study, Called ASPIRE, Begins In Africa

Al Jazeera, 25 July 2012
Is a cure for HIV/AIDS imminent?  

ABC News, 25 July 2012
AIDS conference turns focus to the future

The Independent, 25 July 2012
International AIDS Conference: White House whitewash   

AIDSmeds, 25 July 2012
International AIDS Experts: Meeting Today’s HIV Challenge  

CNN, 25 July 2012
International AIDS Conference Underway in Washington, DC

The Hindu, 25 July 2012
The fight against HIV opened doors to wider social reforms, says activist

USA Today, 25 July 2012
Scientists making progress on AIDS vaccine, but slowly

POZ, 25 July 2012
International AIDS Experts: Meeting Today’s HIV Challenge
ABC News, 25 July 2012
AIDS Conference Turns Focus to the Future

The Huffington Post, 25 July 2012
What the 2012 International AIDS Society (IAS) Conference Means for Global Health  

The Huffington Post, 25 July 2012
“Gay Day” at the International AIDS Conference (AIDS2012)

Bloomberg, 25 July 2012
AIDS Cure Quest Advances as Cancer Drug Finds Hidden HIV

Washington Blade, 25 July 2012
AIDS 2012: Protestors disrupt congressional panel on AIDS

Al Jazeera, 26 July 2012
Philippines' impending AIDS crisis

All Africa, 26 July 2012
Uganda: Complete HIV Eradication in Uganda is Possible!   

The Washington Post, 26 July 2012
International AIDS Conference brings two families together in fight against disease

The Guardian, 26 July 2012
The end of HIV/AIDS may not be possible if the war on drugs continues

The Washington Post, 26 July 2012
Heart of International AIDS Conference found in quiet moments of personal sharing

The Daily Mail, 26 July 2012
Cure for AIDS a step closer as common cancer drug is found to ‘purge’ dormant HIV from body

Los Angeles Times, 26 July 2012
AIDS- the South’s shame  

Toronto Star, 26 July 2012
A tale of two epidemics: HIV and unjust criminalization

NBC News, 26 July 2012
Circumcision advocate tackles the cringe factor to fight AIDS  

Washington Blade, 26 July 2012
AIDS 2012: Fenton stresses an end to HIV/AIDS is “within our grasp”

90.9wbur, National Public Radio, 26 July 2012
Boston doctors say HIV no longer detectable in two patients

AIDSmeds, 26 July 2012
HIV treatment increases life expectancy, proves cost effective, in HIV-endemic region

ABC news, 26 July 2012
Two more patients HIV-free after bone marrow transplants

AFP, 26 July 2012
Small breakthroughs offer big hope of AIDS 'cure'

The Examiner, 26 July 2012
Laura Bush tells tale of two Barbaras

The Canadian Press, 26 July 2012
Aging America: More people with HIV living past 50, raising questions about health and aging

The Globe and Mail, 26 July 2012
GRAN goes to Washington

National Public Radio, 26 July 2012
How a 'Google Bomb' Improved Russia's HIV Drug Supply

Bloomberg, 26 July 2012
Obama skipping AIDS Conference for campaign draws activists’ ire

The Guardian, 26 July 2012
AIDS conference in Washington and sex workers’ summit in Kolkata - in tweets  

The Boston Globe, 26 July 2012
Researchers report hopeful HIV treatment  

Medical Daily, 26 July 2012
Birth control counseling may reduce AIDS in Africa

The Washington Post, 26 July 2012
George W. Bush’s greatest legacy

National Public Radio, 27 July 2012
A walk through the AIDS conference’s global village

Associated Press, 27 July 2012
Aging AIDS epidemic raises new health questions  

All Africa, 27 July 2012
Southern Africa: Chevron announces partnership to amplify efforts in eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Nigeria, Angola and South Africa

Health India, 27 July 2012
International AIDS Conference 2012: What do the sex workers want?

China Daily, 27 July 2012
HIV treatment set for change

National Public Radio, 27 July 2012
The value of HIV treatment in couples

The Washington Post, 27 July 2012
For gay Africans, AIDS conference was a chance to come out and go out

Los Angeles Times, 27 July 2012
Berlin Patient, first person cured of HIV, may soon have company

The New York Times, 27 July 2012
Imagine a world without AIDS

Los Angeles Times, 27 July 2012
Aging with HIV presents unique health challenges, experts say

The New York Times, 27 July 2012
The long, uphill battle against AIDS

NBC News, 27 July 2012
'Girl' reporters get taste of power at AIDS conference

The Washington Post, 28 July 2012
Money will turn tide on AIDS, conference attendees say

The Economist, 28 July 2012
Aim for Victory

The New York Times, 30 July 2012
For some AIDS patients, only a cure will do

The New York Times, 30 July 2012
A world without AIDS, still worlds away

Huffington Post, 2 August 2012
Summoning the strength to end AIDS

The New England Journal of Medicine, 23 August 2012
The Beginning of the End of AIDS?