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December 2000

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    On the Web TOP

    We have added seven new themes to the "Publications Available from NPIN" page, the "Resources by Topic" page, and the "Related Links" section of the NPIN Internet. "People of Color" has been divided into "African Americans," "American Indians & Alaska Natives," "Asians & Pacific Islanders," and "Hispanic/Latinos." Also, "Sexual Minorities" has been divided into "Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM)" and "Women Who Have Sex With Women (WSW)." We have also created a new theme, "Persons with Disabilities." These additions will allow users to find more detailed information on each specific topic.

    New Publications TOP

    The following publication has recently been added to NPIN inventory:

    Safe, Fast and Reliable A New Generation of HIV Testing. D508

    What you Need to Know About STDs and Pregnancy. D495

    What you Need to Know About Gonorrhea. D494

    Some Facts about Syphilis. D492 Some Facts about Chlamydia. D486

    What You need to Know About Bacterial Vaginosis (BV). D505

    Perspectives on Returning to Work: Changing Legal Issues and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic. D507

    What is the role of prisons in HIV, hepatitis, STD and TB prevention? (UCSF factsheet). D503

    What are HIV+ persons' HIV prevention needs?(UCSF factsheet). D501

    Prevention Connection: A Newsletter from the CDC's National Center for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention Spring 2000. D474

    The publications listed above may be accessed in many different ways. They can be ordered by phone at 800-458-5231 or 301-562-1098. They can also be ordered or downloaded from our Web site at http://www.cdcnpin.org/pubs/start.htm.

    Some of the publications listed above are also available from our 24-hour automated fax-back system, NPIN FAX. To receive a list of all documents available by NPIN FAX call 800-458-5231 or 301-562-1098 and follow the prompts. You can also download the list from our Web site at http://www.cdcnpin.org/services/faxpubs.htm.

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