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The Way We Live Now
Where the hell are we? POZ asked 27 authors, artists, and activists to explain these bizarre post-protease, pre-cure times. Their answers are gamut, from "AIDS? Fuggedaboutit" to "It's 1984 all over again." But one message is clear. With this much heart and soul on our side, we've more than a match for whatever the millenium holds.

The Way We Live Now: Andrew Sullivan

The Way We Live Now: Jocelyn Elders
Former Surgeon General 

The Way We Live Now: Mary Lucey
AIDS Policy Analyst

The Way We Live Now: Rafael Campo
Doctor, Poet

The Way We Live Now: Mathilde Krim
Founder, amfAR

The Way We Live Now: Mario Cooper
Founder, Leading For Life

The Way We Live Now: Richard Goldstein
Village Voice Executive Editor

The Way We Live Now: Phill Wilson
AIDS Social Policy Archive

The Way We Live Now: Michael Saag
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The Way We Live Now: David Ho
Doctor, Researcher

The Way We Live Now: Jon Kaiser

The Way We Live Now: Sarah Schulman

The Way We Live Now: Judy Greenspan
California Prison Focus

The Way We Live Now: Eric Rofes & Dan Savage
Writer & Sex Columnist

The Way We Live Now: Kaiya Montaocean
Indigenous Medicine Advocate

The Way We Live Now: Ashok Row Kavi
Editor, Bombay Post, India

The Way We Live Now: Pat Califia
Writer, Sex Radical

The Way We Live Now: Asia Russell & Julie Davids
ACT UP/Philadelphia

The Way We Live Now: Dennis DeLeon
Latino Commision on AIDS

The Way We Live Now: Jason Farrell
Founder, Positive Health Project

The Way We Live Now: Pernessa Seele
The Balm in Gilead

Honeymoon to HAARTache
by Linda Grinberg

Monkey Business
Researchers nab genus of AIDS genesis

by Sean Strub
My friends who died have left me an inspired legacy.

When Plagues Return
by David Drake
Laurie Garrett and Esquire magazine plot against complacency 

To the Editor

School Ties
Principal needs nod from parents

The Bottom Line
CDC report on risky sex raises many fears, a few jeers 

Up Close & Personal

Say What

Two Peas in a POZ

In Cold Blood
Canadian hemophiliacs blame Bill for HIV

Misdiagnosed men sue

Rubber Poll

Poster of the Month

Success Has Made a Failure of Us
by Mike Barr
A veteran looks at where treatment activism lost its way

POZarazzi: The Bod Squad
by Gabi Horn
Movers, shakers and troublemakers

Saint Sorge
by Lei Chou
Harm reduction and heroin were his life


Anecdotal Antidotes
by Bob Lederer

Get Over It
Free advice and a shot of attitude for head-and-nose aches

Rubdown Lowdown
by John Servilio
Massage can tune up your immune system and your mood

The Berlin Stories
by Lark Lands

T-20, Coming to a Combo Near You
by Lark Lands

Pill Drill
by Lark Lands

Suck in Your Gut
by Lark Lands

Put the Gart Before the Course
by Lark Lands

Where to Find It

The Skinny on Lipo
by Linda Grinberg
Treatment options for fat-gone-haywire 

by Tim Horn and Linda Grinberg
The scoop on how many antiretroviral takers suffer side effects

The Road to Wellville
by Lark Lands
For five years, POZ founder Sean Strub has bared his labs to the world via this column. Readers have had a front-row seat for the wild swings of his health, reflected in medical test results and analyses by every kind of medical expert. This month, pioneering AIDS clinician and researcher Joseph Sonnabend, MD, reflects on his patient’s roller-coaster ride—and the lessons it might offer for the many other PWAs who’ve been riding with him.

by Barton Lidice Benes

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