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The Fire This Time
by LeRoy Whitfield and Esther Kaplan
After years of indifference, the nation's African-American leaders are finally tackling the epidemic in their midst.

Rainey on Parade
by Lisa Kennedy
Whether his sermon is disco, liberation theology or herbal remedies, Rev. Cheeks' message is all about healing.

The Mayor of Market Street
by Mario Cooper
San Francisco's Willie Brown talks a great AIDS line. What sets him apart? He's got the record to back it up.

The Best, Worst & Weirdest 1998
by Staff
POZ dares to look at history in th making

Numb and Number
by Mark Mascolini
Painful neuropathy could become treatable, but the research just keeps creeping along.

Love's Recovery
by Belinda Filippelli
Rusti Miller-Hill gains momentum

Back on His Feet
by Jennifer Dunning
Richard Daniels' dance card is full

Say What

by Sean Strub

Two Nations Under Plague
by Mario Cooper
Wake up, my gay, white brothers and sisters! AIDS is ravaging people of color

The Black Death
by Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA)
AIDS in the African-American community is a public health emergency

To The Editor

Research for the New Millennium
by Martin Delaney
A five-point plan that HIVers can live with
(Part 1 of a 12-part series)

POZarazzi: Saw You in September
by Gabi Horn
Movers, shakers, and troublemakers

Show & Tell

Partner Racket
by Doug Ireland
The Ackerman-Coburn bill would gut HIV confidentiality

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Letter from Manila: The Wages of Sin
by Luis H. Francia
Now showing: AIDS in the Philippines, a Catholic Church production

Vials of the Dolls
by Dominic Hamilton-Little
The new market in adherence devices

Family Feud
by Liz Galst
Newborn-testing opponents re-enter the ring

Woman Warrior
by Lynde Francis
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Comply or Die
by Emily Carter
Why complain? These meds could keep you alive for 30 more years

Vaccine Vexations
by Dave Gilden
The have-nots are getting less than they bargained for

Bad News Bear
by Stephen Gendin
If the virus doesn’t get you, the drugs you take will

AIDS on the Net
by Shana Naomi Krochmal
Best bets for surfing the ultimate wave

A Crystal Ball For Drug Success
by Lark Lands

Backing off Bactrim
by Lark Lands

Vits Against Virus
by Lark Lands

Reinfection Revisited
by Lark Lands

Waste No Time
by Sean Strub
A tip on getting your insurer to pay for pricey drugs

On Your Feet
by Mark Mascolini
Ten steps to ease neuropathy pain

Sean's Sugar Highs
by Lark Lands
HAART-takers, beware elevated blood glucose in '99

Black Power
by Shana Naomi Krochmal
Advocacy and support for African-American HIVers

Where to Find It

Checking In: Food For Thought
by Manjula Martin
Florent Morellet dishes out love and linguini in his downtown diner

Aunt Evelyn's Letters
New York City artist Barton Benes saved thousands of letters that his Aunt Evelyn, a Florida widow, wrote during their daily correspondence in the ’70s. Now he combines text from these breathless, driven, regret-filled pages with haunting images to make art about the unlived life.

The Price Wars
by Bob Lederer

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