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It Happened In April

Good Morning, HAART Break

Putting On The Ritts

We Interrupt This Program

Wish You Were Here

BABAA Black Sheep

Neg & Pos

The Oral Majority

C No Evil

Sunday Best

Sure Shot

Golden Gates

Condom Man!

Suffering Fools

Milestones

Toys 'R' Us

Bi'er Beware

Research & Derailment

The Secretary

We Got You Covered

Desperate Measures

The Bottom Line

I Want My HIV MD!

B and Thee

Safe Passage

Lord of the Ring

Supercalifragilistic-lacticacidosis!

Protest

On Your Mark

Zeritocracy

To Kiss and Tell

Fantasy Island

Mailbox

Prophet of Boom

Publisher's Letter



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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April 2003

Desperate Measures

Love and marriage. Get covered through your spouse’s plan?” or your lover’s, if his or her

Love and marriage. Get covered through your spouse’s plan— or your lover’s, if his or her company offers domestic-partner bennies.

Veterans’ affairs. Whether you fought on the front lines or served as an Army florist, you’re eligible for Veterans Health Administration (VHA) insurance, which provides cutting-edge care...and meds for just $7 a copay! Call 877.222.VETS or visit www.va.gov/health_benefits.

Risky business. High-risk pools (available in 29 states) come with long waiting lists, huge deductibles, caps on lifetime benefits and premiums averaging $3,000 a year (CARE/HIPP or HIPP programs may foot the bill). But they’ll protect you under HIPAA until something better comes along. Find out more at www.cobrahealth.com/statehighriskpools.html.

Nailed to the cross. Blue Cross Blue Shield’s “minimum coverage” or “special care”plans likely won’t pay for all the care you’ll need but will keep you covered under HIPAA. Go to www.bcbs.com for more info.




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