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In this Dec. 9, 2010 photo, Stephen Farrar shows some of the medications he must take on a daily basis, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Across the country, thousands of HIV-positive people who once would have qualified for state-administered programs that provide free AIDS drugs to low-income people, have been placed on waiting lists or removed from the rolls, as the dismal economy has driven up the need for the program just as states are grappling with budget crises and as people are living longer with HIV. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)
Photo by: Wilfredo Lee
In this Dec. 9, 2010 photo, Stephen Farrar shows some of the medications he must take on a daily basis, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Across the country, thousands of HIV-positive people who once would have qualified for state-administered programs that provide free AIDS drugs to low-income people, have been placed on waiting lists or removed from the rolls, as the dismal economy has driven up the need for the program just as states are grappling with budget crises and as people are living longer with HIV. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

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