December #54 : Catching Up With - by Kevin O'Leary

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Table of Contents

The AIDS Decade: The 99 Greatest Moments of the '90s

Inside Agitator

Happy Holidays?

It's 10 O'Clock. Do You Know Where Your Meds Are?

Publisher's Letter

Mailbox-December 1999

Your Money or Your Life

Mass Appeal

STARHS Search

Parallel Universe

Arts

Syph 'N' Spin

Hot Copy

Attention, Shoppers

Where Did HIV Come From?

The Spirit of St. Louis

Splendor in the Pines

Keeping the Faith

Milestones

Tenement Dreams

10,000 Hemophiliacs

Just Eat It

Food Fight

The Hit List

Compound Interest

When to Treat Hep C?

Hep Help Hurray!

The Scoop on Poop

Could You Have HAD?

Shelf Life

Vintage Gallo

Days of Wine and Doses

Less Is More

Cutting Corners

A Day Without

Catching Up With



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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December 1999

Catching Up With

by Kevin O'Leary

Mary Fisher
(POZ October/November 1994)

Diagnosis: 1991
Roles: Aide to President Ford, 1992 National Republican Convention PWA speaker, Family AIDS Network founder, artist, author, mother
Loves of Her Life: Her sons, Max, 11, and Zachary, 9
Talent: Speaking truth to power, especially when the truth hurts and the power is hostile.
Last Stopped Presses: Feburary 1999, when the blond's bombshell that she was going off protease due to side effects made prime-time news
Current Spotlight: Tours with Gospel Against AIDS, a group which has put the Republican scion in the pulpits and choir robes of churches around the country
Milennial Plans: Mary's not playing. "Ten years ago, we expected a cure, somewhere, somehow, sometime--if we lived long enough. We expected Democrats to make a difference. We expected people with AIDS to stand up and be counted. Now, we don't expect any of this. None of it turned out to be true.



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