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Date:10/28/2010

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SOURCES: Daniel Tietz, R.N. J.D., executive director, AIDS Community Research Initiative of America, New York City; Amy Justice, M.D., Ph.D., section chief, West Haven VA Healthcare System and principal investigator, Veterans Aging Cohort Study, West Haven, Conn.; meeting of Office of National AIDS Policy, Washington, D.C., Oct. 27, 2010


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