Front Page: New Study Says HIV Could Be Eliminated in Decade


  • HIV could theoretically be eliminated in the next 10 years if all people living in countries with high infection rates get tested and treated regularly, according to a new mathematical model. Skepticism remains since assumption, and not data, supports the conclusion. — AP
  • Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker will head a planned Obama White House economic recovery panel. In yet another press conference today, Obama will introduce the members of the panel, intended to bring job growth and stability to the system. — The Huffington Post

  • Protesters in Thailand have shut down the country's major airport, leading Thailand’s army commander to urge Prime Minister Somchai Wongsawat to step down and call elections. — The New York Times
  • A UK man was sentenced to life in prison yesterday, after subjecting his two daughters to rape, 19 pregnancies, and nine children. The case mirrors charges against the Austrian father Josef Fritzl. — CNN
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