Tina Rosenberg

freelance journalist

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Tina Rosenberg on KCRW

Since its discovery 30 years ago Sunday, HIV/AIDS has killed 30 million people worldwide. Thirty-three million have the disease now, one million here in the US.

Can AIDS Ever Be Cured?

Since its discovery 30 years ago Sunday, HIV/AIDS has killed 30 million people worldwide. Thirty-three million have the disease now, one million here in the US.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Thirty years ago this past Sunday, the first five cases of what became known as HIV/AIDS showed up in Los Angeles. It has now killed 30 million people worldwide.

Can AIDS Ever Be Cured?

Thirty years ago this past Sunday, the first five cases of what became known as HIV/AIDS showed up in Los Angeles. It has now killed 30 million people worldwide.

from To the Point

Welfare reform was designed to put poor people to work, but it has not ended what's called "the culture of poverty," handed down through generations.

Will the 'Nanny State' Be Replaced by the 'Daddy State?'

Welfare reform was designed to put poor people to work, but it has not ended what's called "the culture of poverty," handed down through generations.

from To the Point

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