Indiana approved year-long needle-exchange program Thursday for a rural county at the center of an HIV outbreak that spurred a new state law allowing such programs to curb the spread of diseases among intravenous drug users.
Imagine having HIV and not knowing it. According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than half of new HIV cases of people ages 13 to 24 don't know they are affected. In 2010, there were 12,000 new cases of HIV reported.
More than 19 and a half million dollars in state funding is being distributed to 54 community organizations, hospitals and health agencies in Jersey that provide HIV and AIDS prevention, care and treatment.
Federal drug regulators are affirming that a landmark study showing that a popular HIV-fighting pill already on the market can also help people avoid contracting the virus that causes AIDS in the first place.
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