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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Aids
A federal judge received assurances Tuesday that three insurance companies won't immediately stop accepting premium payments from a program that helps HIV and AIDS patients cover health care costs.
The first person believed to have been cured of AIDS says reports he still has the HIV virus are false.
The man believed to be the only known patient completely cured of the AIDS virus announced Tuesday his intention to open up the world’s first AIDS foundation devoted exclusively to finding a cure for the disease.
Sunday marks 30 years since the first AIDS cases were reported in the United States. And this anniversary brings fresh hope for something many had come to think was impossible: finding a cure.