By Venus Perez

The background, Testimony, schooling, results and Strengths of individuals dwelling with HIV/AIDS & STD's. one hundred sixty pages; fee $16.95 caliber alternate paperback comprises black and white illustrations and diagrams; ISBN 978-0-9817268-6-1 academic, Self support, Biography. targeting developing understanding in delivering developmental fabrics. Chapters consist of:· Chapters consist of:· Testimony Myself · HIV/AIDS meals · Snapshots of HIV/AIDS · What you do not know Can damage You! (STD's and also you) (new updates)· HIV/AIDS & STD's Prevention (new bankruptcy) · attaining Your objectives & studying to educate Others · issues of Reference & Disclaimer

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9) The CDC forms Global AIDS Program (GAP). S. and UN Security Council declare HIV/AIDS a security threat. (9) 2001 The World Trade Organization, announces "DOHA Agreement” allowing developing countries to buy or manufacture generic medications to meet public health crises, such as HIV/AIDS. (9) Pharmaceutical companies are forced to reduce drug prices. Patented AIDS drugs are made available to assist in medical charity in Africa. N. General Assembly adopts a global blueprint for action on HIV/AIDS, and Secretary General Kofi Annan calls for the creation of a $7 to $10 billion global fund to combat AIDS in the developing world.

4) First National HIV Testing Day created by the National Association of People with AIDS. (9) 1996 The International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) - a non-profit organisation based in New York City - is set up to speed the search for an HIV vaccine. (4) 90% of all people infected with HIV now live in the developing world. (4) FDA approves first non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI), nevirapine. S. death rates from AIDS dramatically fall for the first time due to the introduction of HAART.

Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Shalala determines that needle exchange programs are effective and do not encourage the use of illegal drugs. S. Supreme Court (Bragdon v. Abbott) rules that the Americans with Disabilities Act covers those in earlier stages of HIV disease, not just AIDS. , after African American leaders declare a "state of emergency" and the Congressional Black Caucus calls on the Department of Health and Human Services to do the same. (4) 33 million people are infected with HIV, and 14 million have died of AIDS worldwide.

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