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HIV Treatment Keeps A Family Together And Growing In Kenya

When a Kenyan woman was diagnosed with HIV, she thought it meant the end of her marriage and her hopes to have children. But with the help of HIV therapy, Benta Odeny not only protects her husband from the virus, but she also has a healthy, HIV-negative daughter.

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U.S. Envoy: Time For Intervention In Central African Republic

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Mixing It Up 50,000 Years Ago — Who Slept With Whom?

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People Buying Health Insurance Get A Bit More Time To Pay

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Judge Softens Utah's Anti-Polygamy Law To Mixed Reactions

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Hollywood Holding On To Its Summer Love

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Push For Release Of CIA Interrogation Report Continues

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In One NYC School, A Snapshot Of Bloomberg's Education Legacy

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HIV Treatment Keeps A Family Together And Growing In Kenya

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