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On the Cover-Dawnmarie Sims
Despite losing two husbands, I've picked myself up. That gives me hope that everything will improve and I'll have somebody to treasure again.

Charles King Has a Dream
by David Thorpe
This month, thousands of activists will take part in the ambitious campaign to end aids. Meet the HIver trying to launch a national movement

Cross-Country Crusaders
by David Thorpe
Meet 10 people with HIV making C2EA their mission

Quoth the Raven
by David Thorpe
In 1996, 6-year-old Raven Lopez became our first cover (little) girl. A decade later, she’s well on her way to becoming a woman.

A Trip to Bountiful
by David Evans

Doctor's Diary - September 2005
by Neal Rzepkowski, MD
Prescribing Disclosure—by his own example

Combo Vision
How well do you know your meds? These three HIVers can even visualize their regimens

Hearts and Chocolate
by Laura Whitehorn

The New HIV Bouncers
by Bob Lederer
When will entry inhibitors exit the pipeline to keep HIV from getting into your club?

Foreign Agents

Positively Fit
by Laura Whitehorn
OK, you didn’t win any summer swimsuit competitions. Now, let HIVer and pro trainer Jeffrey Gross buff you into fall 

Fitness 101
by Laura Whitehorn
Jeff Gross helps you get up, get fit and stay there

Weep No More
by Emmy Favilla
The feds’ willow program empowers women HIVers

Ask the Sexpert - September 2005
by Dr. Perry Halkitis
Defrost your sex drive and cool anxiety

Antibody Snatcher
by Skot Hess

The DL Deal
by Skot Hess
A black-and-white issue

Legal Eye - September 2005
by Catherine Hanssens
Tackling teen treatment and privacy

Medicaid Watch
by Emmy Favilla

Savings and Moan
by Lucile Scott
No more excuses! Plan for retirement now

Freedom to Worship
by David Evans
Got the need to pray? Seek and ye shall find a kinder version of your first faith

Spirit Guide
by David Evans
How they found the light

Teenage Wasteland
by Laurie Garrett

Shooting Gallery
by Esther Kaplan
Why won’t the U.S. stick up for clean needles?

HIV Hot Spots for Injections
by Josh Sparber

Buzz Kill
by Suzy Martin
Feds say no to medical marijuana, but states answer: “dude, back off”

Run for the Border
by Lucile Scott

Mentors - September 2005
by Nick Burns

I Say a Little Prayer
by Joe Westmoreland
Can Joe Westmoreland meet his deeply devout Mom halfway?

Easy Come, Easy Go
by Anonymous
Anonymous craved steamy, uncomplicated sex—until she actually had it

Forever a Fighter
by Lucile Scott
An Activist's Tricks To Make Hope Stick At Home After C2EA

Founder's Letter - September 2005
by Sean Strub
Hope on the march

Mailbox - September 2005


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