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Table of Contents
 

Melting the Winter Blues

Higher Ground




Sex in the Age of Meds

WHY...December 2005

Steps to the Future

The Fright Before Xmas

Striking Oil

A Gift to Yourself

A New Year Bathed in Promise

Weighing CD4 Counts

Trainer's Bench - December 2005

The Legal Eye - December 2005

Sexy Holiday Toys




Footloose

LeRoy Whitfield 1969-2005

Earthwatch - December 2005

Tripped Up

Buzz - December 2005

Out of the Blues

A Lifeline for All

Yesterday's News

As the Virus Turns

Mentors - December 2005




Mailbox - December 2005

Editor's Letter - December 2005



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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Buzz - December 2005

The two-woman play In the Continuum, running at New York City’s Primary Stages from November 18, 2005 to February 11, 2006, maps with power, humor and precision the parallel experiences of African and African-American women with HIV. Here, one woman reacts to her diagnosis.

“Its better to be alone—love between a man and a woman seems to end in death around here…. People say you can’t do anything without a husband in Zimbabwe—but I will try anyway. At least like this, I can say I know who I am, where I am going—I know what I am working for. I am moving forward, forward, forward, not like this or like that but forward. Maybe I stand alone, but I know who I am—Mary Chigwada—not Mrs. So-and-So What-What in laws, bride price, going to his village to cook at funerals—just me Mary Chigwada.”


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