January #55 : Comfort Zone

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Work 2000

Take This Job & Love it!

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Editor's Letter

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Glaxo Makes a Deal

For Whom the Nobel Tolls

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Portrait of the Artist as a Sex Bomb

Play It As It Lays

Beginner's Luck

Follow Your Heart

Next Up...The lowdown on what’s inside the pipeline

Stool's Gold

Comfort Zone

Wart's Up, Nurse?

Herb of the Month

Cancer Answers

Watch Your Hep

Boys' Night Out



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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January 2000

Comfort Zone

When I started my meds a couple of years ago, I began to have problems with my skin—breakouts, rashes, dry patches—and regular soap just made it worse. So I told my doctor that vanity and HIV don’t go together, and that something had to go—either the pills or the rash. He sent me to a dermatologist, and she recommended CETAPHIL. I told her if it worked I’d keep taking my meds—and it did. It cleared me right up. Now I’m the Cetaphil poster girl—I use the Gentle Cleansing Bar and the Moisturizing Lotion all over my face and body. They’re both fragrance free, for dry and sensitive skin. My doctor and I both got what we wanted: I got my clear skin back, and she got me to stay on the meds.  
—Monica Johnson
Columbia, Louisiana




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