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Table of Contents

HIV: Behind The Music

A Star Is Torn

Free Your Mind

Everyday Grace

Mailbox

Marriage Vows

House of Trials

In The Works

NEG/POS

Shout Out

Getting Testy

Love Me

Shout Out

The Times, They Are a Changin’

Say What?

Catching Up With?

Never A Dull Momentum

All Aboard The Love Boat

Milestones

Special Ed

Of Dykes & Data

Dead on Approval

Take the Cake

Dances With Woolf

Sweet Chariot

Heart Beat

Hitting Below The Belt

She’s A Big Girl Now

To Good To Be The Flu

Herb Of The Month

Prevention Suspension

Comfort Zone

Easy as C&E

Shelf Life

2.07.84: Eureka!



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 2000

Shelf Life

by Doug Allen

Sexually Transmitted Diseases: A Physician Tells You What You Need to Know
by Lisa Marr, MD (Johns Hopkins University Press/Baltimore), $16.95

A user-friendly primer for everyone who has sex. The volume’s main draws are its encyclopedic breakdown of 27 STDs—including symptoms, diagnosis and treatment—and practical information on such issues as what a complete STD exam includes and how to find a competent, compassionate STD doctor. The book also tackles sexual communication and the risk-reduction approach to safer sex in a real-world, nonjudgmental way. Veteran HIVers shouldn’t expect to find out anything new from the HIV chapter, but they may learn a lot about other STDs.  


HIV/AIDS Treatment Directory (Summer 1999)
(American Foundation for AIDS Research [amfAR]/New York City)

This classic reference manual covers toxicity, dose guidelines, trial results,
viral resistance and drug interactions for a wide range of approved and experimental AIDS drugs and HIV vaccines. (Alternative treatments are notably absent.) Don’t be intimidated by the technical language—consult the handy glossary in the appendix. Five-star sections: “Understanding Your Lab Results” and “Guidelines for Changing an Antiretroviral Regimen for Suspected Drug Failure.” 

Available free by calling 800.392.6327 or online at www.amfar.org/td




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