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Out in Africa

2006: Making Resolutions That Stick




Doctor's Diary - January 2006

Boiling Pointers

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A Smarter Smear

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Ask the Sexpert - January 2006

Breaking Out

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A Higher Education




What C2EA meant to me

Sex and Sickness in the City

So Many Men, So Little Time

Exhibit AIDS

Alternative Scene

Buzz - January 2005

High-definition HIV

A Perfect Threesome

Mentors - January 2006

Relaxed Security




Mailbox - January 2006

Editor's Letter - January 2006



Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle

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Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

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Buzz - January 2005

by Josh Sparber

Animal Planet

Man’s best friend may be a dog. But as some researchers would have it, our best hope for an AIDS cure includes all walks (and slithers) of life.

In 1995, PWA activist Jeff Getty got a baboon bone marrow transplant in the hope it would produce HIV-proof immune cells (the primate’s cells lasted only two weeks in Getty’s body). More recently, researchers continue to raid the animal kingdom as news reports revel in believe- it-or-not headlines.

Vanderbilt University researchers have asserted that Australian frog sweat killed HIV in a test tube. An Australian-American duo discovered that alligators are nearly resistant to bacterial infections, citing research implications for HIV. And in Florida, an investigator is looking at human applications for feline immunodeficiency vaccine research.

Two-legged buyers beware: In Philadelphia, supplement makers Lane Labs were fined $8 million for bypassing FDA approval to peddle rice-bran extract as a treatment for HIV and a shark cartilage product for cancer.

Snake oil, anyone?


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