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April / May 1994

Ty Ross Comes Clean
by Kevin Sessums
"Do you really want me naked?"

Update: Tom Keane
by Richard Perez-Feria

Asian Denial
by Casey Davidson
Christine Choy's AIDS film breaks the silence

POZ TV
by Staff
A pair of PBS specials puts AIDS in perspective

Touch Me, Heal Me
by Heidi Dorow
Massage as a visible holistic solution 

What's AIDS got to do with it?
by David Feinberg
Why did POZ pick me to write the sex column? I am a self-described guilty AIDS victim who has written two admittedly autobiographical novels about a sex-crazed homo, but is that enough?

S.O.S.
by Sean Strub
Hope and despair. Excitement and depression. Greed and generosity. Anger and gratitude. Fear and courage. That about sums up AIDS, doesn’t it? But it is not that black and white. The fight against AIDS has been made of thousands small steps forward and thousands of small steps backward. POZ intends to be one of the steps forward, to provide a better understanding of the disease and its impact on our society.

The HIV Beltway
by Fred Bimbler
AIDS PAC kicks off Washington lobby effort

GMHC Goes for a Ride
Ad campaign stirs NYC subway controversy

Things are Looking Up
Study shows bupropion may help treat sexual dysfunction

NIH Names Head of AIDS Research
William Paul succeeds Fauci

Voila! AIDS as Art
by Casey Davidson
Barton Benes' provocative ways

Philly, the Sequel?
by Casey Davidson
What Hollywood will now do with AIDS

Living Proof
by Richard Perez-Feria
Carolyn Jones' inspiring works in progress

HIV VIPs
by Jeffrey L. Newman
Marisa Cardinale and Ellen LaPointe make it work

One Voice
by David Drake
Michael Callen's power and grace

MAC to Pass PCP Soon
APLA reports on opportunistic infections

What Next?
by Richard Perez-Feria
Zero Patience, first AIDS musical film, east up New York

Randy Shilts Dies at 42
Best-selling AIDS author, reporter

Bob Hattoy, On The Record
by Donna Minkowitz
We met in an office in New York City's EastVillage, overlooking homeless addicts' bedsteads and armies of young gay men wearing Doc Martens shoes, one of the most AIDS-ravaged communities in the nation.

AIDS Zen
by Mark O'Donnell

Health
by Mary Schnack
How do I know the doctor knows?

Alternative Health
by Robert Lederer
New York's ADAP expands into vitamins

Holistic Turnaround
by Karen Ocamb
Fred Bingham dares convention and wins

The Sunshine Boys
by Jeffrey L. Newman
Kevin and Kip: TV AIDS crusaders

The Arts
by Stephen Greco
An argument for AIDS in the arts

Life
by Kiki Mason
Come out, come out wherever you are

Media
by Mark Schoofs
Whatever happened to the New York Times and AIDS?

Revis On Top
by Jeffrey L. Newman
Lamar Dwayne Revis stirs up D.C.

Eat It, Beat It
by Christopher Petrikin
Nutritional AIDS video on the mark

HIV Testing Requirements for Entry Into Foreign Countries
Magic Johnson's recent refused entry into Indonesia for a basketball game because he is HIV positive prompted us to investigate other countries' HIV entry policies.

HIV Standard of Care
This HIV Standard of Care chart is reproduced from ACT UP/Philadelphia's HIV Standard of Care published in May, 1993. This is the fourth version with a fifth version expected soon. This chart is meant as a minimum standard of care for adults (children require a different standard) who are HIV positive -- a minimum level by which patients can determine and measure the quality of their care. HIV Standards of Care differ by region, treatment philosophy and patient population.  POZ will present different Standards of Care in future issues.

POZ Asks
Where are we with AIDS?

POZ, Day One
by Richard Perez-Feria
The human touch

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