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POZ December 1997

POZ December 1997

In every issue of POZ, you'll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.

Feature

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Wild Kingdom

NEA bugaboo Ron Athey's sophisticated savagery holds a mirror to America. Too bad if America can't stand its reflection

Inside the Issue

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Rx Marijuana

PWAs by the hundreds are beating health threats with pot-but not for long, if the drug warriors have their way

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Gender Matters

Until AIDS drugs are tested in enough women, one in five PWAs won't know if she's taking the right drug or the right dose

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The Fabulous One

The magically real world of Alfredo Ceibal

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Mailbox

Wake Up, Little Suzie

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S.O.S.

It's time to go back to creative, nonviolent protest

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Resistance Gets a Wellcome

New test may revolutionize drug decisions

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Name in Vain

Pedro Zamora Foundation raises more flap than funds

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Go Figure

HIV-consumer reports

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Like Butt-ah

A smear a year will ease fear

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An Aye for an Eye

Anti-CMV device gets the wink, with warnings

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To Russia Without Love

"AIDS prison" is chillin'

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The Odd Couple

Varieties of virus vex experts

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Secondhand Dose

Meds recycled into bodies

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Law and Disorder

Inside the mandatory-testing lawsuit

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AIDS in 2003

Geography prof traces cases

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Catholic Cleanup

Needle-order from above to prisons Down Under

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Until the Cure

The epidemic has killed far more Americans than the Vietnam War did.

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Say What--December 1997

Size Queen and more

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Diana, Princess of Wales

Her personal struggle symbolized the trails and triumphs of PWAs

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Chaka Treatment

HIV can't stop the music

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Bear Essentials

Ruby Rims goes from drag queen to stuffed animal

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Brace Yourself

Sepherson Landers straightens out his life, starting with his teeth

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All That Jazz

This Is Your Life meets Name That Tune

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Respect Your Elders!

Abstinence is hazardous to our nation's youth

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Bill of Health

What the new insurance act means for you

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Nunz With Attitude

Their mix of makeup and militancy has made jaws drop for two decades

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POZ Picks-December 1997

Some of our greatest novelists have sprung from the South, and in recent times AIDS fiction has also produced its share of literary greats.

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Don't Mess With Mama

AIDS diva Nell Carter misbehaves

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All Yesterday's Parties

When New York's downtown scene was burning

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The Light Burns Out

One victim of optimism about AIDS may be the annual ABC television special In a New Light.

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Peace of My Heart

Janis Joplin sets the soundtrack for suicide

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Swing Your Partner

Like a dance hall, this courtyard smells of stale beer and sausage.

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Once Upon a Lazarus

There's a reason why "the last miracle before the Crucifixion" was told only once

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The Grim Reefer

How weed can take control of your life-a cautionary tale

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In Case of Emergency

A travel advisory for the ER

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A DJ Saved My Life

Our hemo hero embraces the music

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Sweetness and Blight

Luscious but lethal, sugar damages immunity and feeds fungal infections

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"The First Cure"

The real drama may be off-stage

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Breaks for the Aches

Readily accessible food and nutrients can remedy muscle

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Fishing for Supplements

Seacure provides easily absorbed protein

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When HIV Drugs Fail

Eight reasons why-and what you can do about it

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Mary Fisher Gets Mad

The GOP's AIDS poster girl takes on toxic meds, prima-donna docs and sexist scientists

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Music Is Medicine

Literature seems to be; music is.

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