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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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A study from UC Berkeley's School of Public Health found that few California pharmacists are prescribing HIV medications without an ordered prescription, even though California law allows them to do so.
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A study from UC Berkeley's School of Public Health found that few California pharmacists are prescribing HIV medications without an ordered prescription, even though California law allows them to do so.
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Researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health have received a grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health, for HIV research and prevention in Zimbabwe. 
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Researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health have received a grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health, for HIV research and prevention in Zimbabwe. 
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Berkeley City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to take the first steps toward plans to stimulate and retain startups in the city. 
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Berkeley City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to take the first steps toward plans to stimulate and retain startups in the city. 
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The Berkeley Forum announced its fall 2022 lineup of events for this semester Sept. 7, which will feature speakers talking about current events such as reproductive rights, data privacy and infectious disease.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its fall 2022 lineup of events for this semester Sept. 7, which will feature speakers talking about current events such as reproductive rights, data privacy and infectious disease.
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The city of Berkeley partnered with Steamworks, a bathhouse in Berkeley that primarily serves gay men, to provide monkeypox vaccines to the public.
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The city of Berkeley partnered with Steamworks, a bathhouse in Berkeley that primarily serves gay men, to provide monkeypox vaccines to the public.
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A UC Berkeley-led study found that generations after it ended, descendants of those who suffered through the Great Chinese Famine of the 1950s and 1960s are still disproportionately vulnerable to infectious disease.
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A UC Berkeley-led study found that generations after it ended, descendants of those who suffered through the Great Chinese Famine of the 1950s and 1960s are still disproportionately vulnerable to infectious disease.
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A study by UC Berkeley researchers from the School of Public Health found that small financial incentives promote the use of HIV services among patients in Tanzania.
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A study by UC Berkeley researchers from the School of Public Health found that small financial incentives promote the use of HIV services among patients in Tanzania.
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A new STD is afflicting the world. We all know what this STD is: COVID-19. And yes, it is an STD, a “socially transmitted disease.”  
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A new STD is afflicting the world. We all know what this STD is: COVID-19. And yes, it is an STD, a “socially transmitted disease.”  
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With a functioning public health system that advocates for early testing and treating, STDs are 100% preventable, but right now our public health system is failing. 
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With a functioning public health system that advocates for early testing and treating, STDs are 100% preventable, but right now our public health system is failing. 
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On June 5, thousands of cyclists rode in the AIDS/LifeCycle fundraiser. That same day, federal officials dealt a blow to HIV/AIDS researchers at UCSF.
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On June 5, thousands of cyclists rode in the AIDS/LifeCycle fundraiser. That same day, federal officials dealt a blow to HIV/AIDS researchers at UCSF.
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