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 Collection: Congressional Research Service Reports
Terrorism: The New Occupational Hazard

Terrorism: The New Occupational Hazard

Date: March 29, 2002
Creator: Rappaport, Edward B
Description: None
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HIV/AIDS International Programs: FY2003 Request and FY2002 Spending

HIV/AIDS International Programs: FY2003 Request and FY2002 Spending

Date: March 25, 2002
Creator: Copson, Raymond W
Description: None
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AIDS in Africa

AIDS in Africa

Date: March 8, 2002
Creator: Copson, Raymond W
Description: Sub-Saharan Africa has been far more severely affected by AIDS than any other part of the world. The United Nations reports that 25.3 million adults and children are infected with the HIV virus in the region, which has about 10% of the world's population but more than 70% of the worldwide total of infected people. This report discusses this issue in detail, including the cause of the African AIDS epidemic, the social and economic consequences, response and treatment, and U.S. policy.
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Human Cloning

Human Cloning

Date: February 25, 2002
Creator: Johnson, Judith A
Description: None
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AIDS in Africa

AIDS in Africa

Date: February 12, 2002
Creator: Copson, Raymond W
Description: Sub-Saharan Africa has been far more severely affected by AIDS than any other part of the world. The United Nations reports that 25.3 million adults and children are infected with the HIV virus in the region, which has about 10% of the world's population but more than 70% of the worldwide total of infected people. This report discusses this issue in detail, including the cause of the African AIDS epidemic, the social and economic consequences, response and treatment, and U.S. policy.
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AIDS in Africa

AIDS in Africa

Date: January 15, 2002
Creator: Copson, Raymond W
Description: Sub-Saharan Africa has been far more severely affected by AIDS than any other part of the world. The United Nations reports that 25.3 million adults and children are infected with the HIV virus in the region, which has about 10% of the world's population but more than 70% of the worldwide total of infected people. This report discusses this issue in detail, including the cause of the African AIDS epidemic, the social and economic consequences, response and treatment, and U.S. policy.
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Human Cloning

Human Cloning

Date: December 19, 2001
Creator: Johnson, Judith A
Description: None
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AIDS in Africa

AIDS in Africa

Date: December 14, 2001
Creator: Copson, Raymond W
Description: Sub-Saharan Africa has been far more severely affected by AIDS than any other part of the world. The United Nations reports that 25.3 million adults and children are infected with the HIV virus in the region, which has about 10% of the world's population but more than 70% of the worldwide total of infected people. This report discusses this issue in detail, including the cause of the African AIDS epidemic, the social and economic consequences, response and treatment, and U.S. policy.
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Military Medical Care Services: Questions and Answers

Military Medical Care Services: Questions and Answers

Date: November 28, 2001
Creator: Best Jr., Richard A
Description: None
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AIDS in Africa

AIDS in Africa

Date: October 29, 2001
Creator: Copson, Raymond W
Description: Sub-Saharan Africa has been far more severely affected by AIDS than any other part of the world. The United Nations reports that 25.3 million adults and children are infected with the HIV virus in the region, which has about 10% of the world's population but more than 70% of the worldwide total of infected people. This report discusses this issue in detail, including the cause of the African AIDS epidemic, the social and economic consequences, response and treatment, and U.S. policy.
Contributing Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department