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Brothers & Sisters

Call Me Miss Ralph

At Your Service

Two-Time Survivor

Reyataz Takers: Drink Up

It's Stuffy in Here

So Hot off the Press

The Early Show

Mortal Combat

Buck Buddies

Posh Spices

Not in My House

Back to the Bathhouse

With or Without You


Campus Confidential

Reality Bites

Sarah Sorting

Above the Rim

Hot Dates-October 2007

Capital Punishment

The Shirt Off My Back


Dairy Queen

Let’s Hear It for the Boy

Editor's Letter-October 2007

Mailbox-October 2007

Catch of the Month-October 2007

Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle


Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV

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October 2007

Hot Dates-October 2007

September 15, 1982
AIDS was acknowledged for the first time in the Ronald Reagan White House. When asked if the president was aware of the epidemic—more than a year after its arrival– Deputy Press Secretary Larry Speakes scoffed, “I don’t have it, do you?”

October 5 2007
Art for AIDS Auction
This big-deal San Francisco art auction benefits the AIDS Health Project of the UCSF AIDS Health Project. artforaids.org

October 13-17
National Conference on Correctional Health Care
HIV prevalence in U.S. correctional facilities is up to three times that of the general population. This Nashville conference tackles transmission and prevention. ncchc.org

October 15
National Latino HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Latinos now represent 18 percent of reported U.S. AIDS cases. Visit nlaad.org and poz.com for events and free testing sites.

November 7-10
United States Conference on AIDS (USCA)
More than 4,000 experts will gather in Palm Springs, CA, to exchange cutting-edge HIV treatment info. nmac.org

November 13
Keep A Child Alive global ambassador Alicia Keys releases her third studio album, As I Am. Her African AIDS relief organization recently raised $100 million by auctioning off the first iPhone ever purchased—by filmmaker Spike Lee—and two tickets to her “Black Ball” charity concert. keepachildalive.org

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