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This weekend, 25,000 delegates descend on Washington for the first International AIDS Conference in the United States in 22 years. One researcher says breakthroughs in the past three years are signs that the tools to end the epidemic may be in hand. Guest: Diane Havlir, chief of the UCSF Division of HIV/AIDS at San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center..
By the fall of 2013, it's expected Californians can line up their health insurance purchases in advance of the January 1, 2014 rollout of heath care reform. They'll be able to buy their plan in a new state-run online marketplace called the Health Benefit Exchange. On Thursday, people in Oakland got a chance to weigh in on what those health plans should look like. Reporter: Mina Kim
End Music: "Sleepers Awake" performed by Elena Duran, Stephane Grappelli, and Laurie Holloway, from the album "Bach to the Beatles"