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Table of Contents

Friend of Tinky

Brothers' Keeper

The New AIDS Look

Publisher's Letter


Death Of A Diva

Israel’s Madonna

Catching Up With...

Big Prison Break


The Maine Event

Say What?

Shout Out

Everybody’s Business

Bookmark This

Family Portrait, With Fidel

On Making A Hard Sell

The Riddle Of Limerick

Winter White

Stay On Course


Helping Hands

Smoke Alarm

Mixed Messages

PEP Rally

Herb Of The Month

Traveling The Light

Comfort Zone

E-Mail Bonding

What Big Enzymes You Have

Next Up…

Hot Off the Stress

6.30.89: Art Throb

Have HIV, Will Travel

Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle


Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV

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June 2000


Ohio lawmakers decided in March to forgo almost a million dollars worth of federal health education funds rather than give up their abstinence-only demands. Only $90,000 would have been used to discuss STD prevention in school
sex-ed programs.

A doctor in Loudon County, Virginia, stole painkillers and syringes—and then returned them, used, for patients, the State Board of Medicine found. The local hospital will offer free HIV and other blood tests to more than 160 people seen by the gastroenterologist.

A New York City Division of AIDS Services site left confidential client files on the sidewalk with the trash during spring renovations to the Waverly office, reported city cable news station NY1. Only old and damaged files were supposed to be disposed.

The UN will give a condom every day to each of its 16,000 male troops stationed
in the Congo and Sierra Leone after U.S. ambassador Richard Holbrooke pushed the
organization to recognize peacekeepers’ frequent purchases of sex from local women.

The Interamerican Human Rights Commission ordered the El Salvadoran government to give HAART to 26 public health recipients who had petitioned for the meds last September. It’s a legally binding move that may set a precedent for other HIVers in Latin America.

Outreach workers in Berkeley, California, will hang condoms from trees and hire African-American gospel groups and Latino drag queens to target day laborers, homeless people, gay teens and low-income blacks, reported the Contra Costa Times in February.

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