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  1. PSI at the 20th International AIDS Conference

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    From July 20th to 25th PSI will join thousands of HIV program implementers, activists, researchers, policy makers and persons living with HIV in Melbourne, Australia for the 20th International AIDS Conference. Representing 13 countries, members of the PSI network will...

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  2. Hobby Lobby may turn back clock on women’s health

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    The Supreme Court ruled Monday in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores that family-owned companies are not required to cover some types of contraceptives for employees. The full consequences of the ruling have yet to be unraveled, but one thing is clear: It could have grave...

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  3. With eyes already on Nigeria, world leaders gather in country to discuss future of Africa

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    With the world’s eyes already turning toward Nigeria and Boko Hiram’s kidnapping of almost 300 girls, the World Economic Forum on Africa opened today in the capital, Abuja. With young and rapidly growing populations, many countries in Africa face important challenges and...

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  4. PLoS Collection on Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Launched

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    The Public Library of Science (PLoS) published a collection of innovative studies today highlighting the impact and future implications of voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) services for HIV prevention. The studies show the significant contribution of the United...

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  5. Richard A. Frank, past leader of nonprofit Population Services International, dies at 77

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    By Bart Barnes Richard A. Frank, a past president of Population Services International, a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization providing global health programs targeting malaria, child survival, HIV and reproductive heath, died April 20 at an assisted-living facility in...

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