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Anti-Smoking Treaty Takes Effect Outside U.S.
Taking the Pulse of the Global HIV-AIDS Epidemic
Valerie's Story: A Saga of Surviving HIV
World AIDS Day Focuses Global Battle with Disease
Report Spotlights Rising AIDS Infections in Women
CDC Plans Controversial Bird Flu Experiment
Difficult Choices Face Refugees Fleeing Fallujah
Global Fund On AIDS Considers Drug Payments
WHO Clarifies Smallpox Recommendation
Calif. Voters Fund Stem Cell Research
Checking Up on 'Sick' Workers
Tracing Flu Vaccine Shortage from Liverpool to U.S.
Vaccine Tech Could Help Millions in Developing Nations
'Outsourcing' Vaccines Common in Drug Industry
Russian Beer Consumption a Growing Health Problem