Ebola Outbreak in Uganda Kills 14

Ebola Outbreak in Uganda Kills 14 (WSJ): Health officials said the deadly Ebola virus has killed at least 14 of 20 people infected in an outbreak in Uganda.

Shorter AIDS Drug Waiting Lists Possible (NPR, WABE, Kaiser Health News): Grants to meet growing demand for AIDS drugs in the U.S. may help ease nationwide waiting list of 1,800 people, but only for a short period of time, advocates worry.

Aging With HIV Presents Unique Health Challenges (LAT): People over age 50 with HIV will likely make up half the HIV-positive population by 2020 and face complex medical problems as they age, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and depression.

Health Insurance Mandate Faces Huge Resistance in Oklahoma(Washington Post): For a number of reasons, the state is unlikely to try to persuade people to buy health insurance, with the Oklahoma governor turning down $54 million in federal grants to help with the effort.

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