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Daring to Declare

Old Drugs, New Tricks

Jailbait

Matchmakers

www.safesexcity.com

Go, Girl!

Earthwatch

Tribute: Greg Smith

Service With a Smile

Karma Chameleon

That ’80s Show

Criminal Neglect

NEG & POS

ComicRelief

In Memoriam

The Great Depression

Briefs

Getting Down

Norvir up by 400%

Guidelines Re-revised

Genital Hospital

Immune Up

Do Single HIVers Die Faster?

More than 50 percent

Growing Up Positive

Gum Up

Quick Study: Vitamins & Minerals

Editor's Letter

Mailbox

Unhappy Meal



Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

Shingles

Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV


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February / March 2004

NEG & POS

by Staff

NEG

Boss Hogg: Thailand’s Business Coalition on AIDS reports that 20 percent of Thai private employers issue nonconsensual HIV tests to workers and applicants—a big government no-no.

Harm Redux: Amid threats to HIV-prevention funding for U.S. programs helping gay men avoid risky sex related to drug use, the CDC has found that two-thirds of young, urban gays use illicit drugs.

Sticking Point: One-third of medical injections in developing countries involve reused or improperly sterilized needles, according to the World Health Organization.


POS

Classy Boss: Diageo, a British-based alcoholic-beverage company, will bestow a lifetime supply of HIV meds to positive African employees—and their dependents—even if terminated.

Harm Nix: California is creating guidelines for giving post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) to all at-risk neggies, thanks to a new state law extending PEP beyond rape victims and needle-pricked health workers.

Turning Point: Circumcision and genital mutilation have been snipped from Ethiopia’s Gonder region. Some 350 hackers hung up their unsterilized tools—which, health officials say, have spread HIV.




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