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Table of Contents

Proud of Our Blood

The Most Dangerous AIDS Reporter

Careers

Trials

Give a Dame

Mom's Needle Point

Shout Out

Mailbox

Gays Need Not Apply

Ana Gets Analyzed

Shout Out

Supremes Reunion

Mom’s Needle Point

NEG/POS

Catching Up With...

You’ve Got AIDS

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Letter From Dreamland

Battle At Immunesburg

The Tools Of The Trade

Milestones

Cheap Veep

On The Runs

Alternatives 2000

Choose Me

The Case of Missing Cofactors

Don’t Buy The HIV Lie

Like A Prayer

Comfort Zone

You Are What You Eat

Curb The Herb

Herb Of The Month

Organ Grinders

What’s The Alternative?

No Roman Holiday

4.20.90: Proud Of Our Blood

No Roman Holiday



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 2000

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Top website picks from our net-savvy staffers.

Jeff Hoover
Deputy Editor, POZ
www.poz.com

Treatment Action Group
www.thebody.com/tag/tagpage.html
Often highly technical, but the cutting-edge info is
presented in a witty, and sometimes even arch, style that distinguishes it from other treatment newsletters.

Global Health Council
www.globalhealthcouncil.org
Health news from around the world. It assumes knowledge of basic international issues and skips Geography 101.

ESPN
www.espn.com
My guilty pleasure is college sports. ESPN has attitude and a healthy dose of, er, perspective about the relative importance of sports.

Andy Bagnall
Director, POZ Life Expo
www.poz.com/expo/

CDC Surveillance Report
www.cdc.gov/nchstp/hiv_aids/stats/hasrlink.htm
AIDS stats based on gender, ethnicity, age, city, even mode of transmission. Perfect for choosing Expo sites and how best to tailor them to local communities. But it took me 20 minutes and five tries to open a file in Stuffit Deluxe.

Mapquest
www.mapquest.com
For the occasional traveler who hates to ask for directions. It helped me navigate the bayous of New Orleans and the deserts of Phoenix.

Damron Gay & Lesbian Travel Guides
www.damron.com
The calendar and accommodations searches are free; other parts require a fee. But it can help you figure out if you’re staying in a hotel fit for a queen or a motel better off left to the roaches.




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