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Groups allege Calif agency shared HIV patient data

California health officials violated state privacy laws by giving personal information about thousands of HIV-positive welfare recipients to a nonprofit group that serves people infected with the virus, three legal groups alleged Thursday. Full story

J&J giving $200 million for health of women, kids

Health giant Johnson & Johnson is donating about $200 million in cash and medicine to a sweeping United Nations program created to improve the health and lives of people in poor countries. Full story

HIV spread 'out of control' among French gay men

Transmission of the AIDS virus seems to be "out of control" among gay men in France despite an overall fall in the number of new HIV cases in the country, according to a study published on Thursday. Full story

Ark. HIV discrimination case settled, dismissed

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that accused a North Little Rock retirement community of violating civil rights laws by evicting a resident because he was HIV-positive, after a settlement was reached in the case. Full story

Air Force: Sergeant exposed partners to HIV

A sergeant stationed at McConnell Air Force Base has been arrested on suspicion of exposing sex partners to HIV by having unprotected sex with people he met at "swinger" parties around Wichita. Full story

German court finds HIV singer guilty

A German court has found a girl-band singer guilty of causing bodily harm to an ex-boyfriend by having unprotected sex with him despite knowing she was infected with HIV but she won't spend any time in prison. Full story

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Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan (R) li
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Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan listens to Michel Kazatchkine , executive director of the Global Fund as he visits the HIV photo exhibition "Access to Life" in Tokyo on September 3, 2010. Kan delivered a speech at the symposium of the "Born HIV free" campaign, which, promoted by the Global Fund,